Austrian online casino games developer Greentube has announced that it has just entered the iGaming market of Poland after inking a distribution arrangement with state-run operator Totalizator Sportowy.

The Vienna-headquartered firm used an official press release to detail that the deal means that online gaming aficionados throughout Poland will now be able to legally enjoy its full range of games including the five-reel Lucky Lady’s Charm, Sizzling Hot and Book of Ra video slots via its new partner’s domain.

Perennial progress:

The innovator is the iGaming subsidiary of Austrian gambling giant Novomatic AG and revealed that the agreement follows its recent entry into the regulated Mexican and Danish iGaming scenes and may well soon be followed by its ingress into the deregulating markets of Germany and the Netherlands. It explained that the understanding additionally covers top-performing online titles from is Greentube Collections portfolio, which are to complement land-based video lottery terminals being introduced by its parent into Totalizator Sportowy-run retail outlets across Poland.

Dynamic direction:

Michael Bauer serves as the Chief Financial Officer for Greentube and he used the press release to proclaim that the domain ‘is very well-respected by players in Poland’ with his firm’s ability to quickly integrate its titles serving as further proof of its status as ‘a market-leading force when it comes to iGaming content across a wide range of regulated markets’. He also revealed that the innovator plans to premiere a new remote games server later in the year and that the alliance with Totalizator Sportowy, which is the only entity legally allowed to operate online casino games in the eastern European nation, complements Novomatic AG’s long-standing omni-channel distribution strategy.

Read a statement from Bauer…

“Greentube has already enjoyed a fruitful start to 2021 and this new market entry and partnership shows our commitment to expanding our reach.”

Sales success:

In related news and G3Newswire reported that Totalizator Sportowy recently unveiled its financial results for 2020 showing that it had chalked up record revenues of $4.28 billion and donated an all-time high of well over $306.63 million to a variety of good causes in Poland. The source detailed that these figures came as the operator opened 350 new slot arcades to bring its total complement to 520, premiered its new Szyb 600 game and brought mobile-friendly technology to its domain.

Enhancing entertainment:

Totalizator Sportowy is set to celebrate its 65th birthday in December and reportedly furthermore pronounced that it introduced a live casino element to its site last year while simultaneously making the service accessible via the use of fingerprint and facial recognition technology. It purportedly revealed that punters can now moreover enjoy an even wider range of payment options alongside a refreshed design and dozens of new games from a host of foreign developers.