The Greentube online and mobile software technologies subsidiary of Austrian gambling giant, Novomatic, has announced the signing of an agreement that is to see its games made available to players in the United Kingdom via domains operated by LeoVegas AB.

Video slots provision:

The Vienna-based innovator used a short press release to detail that the arrangement will involve mobile-friendly sites from LeoVegas including, and featuring ‘blue-chip’ games from its parent including the Lucky Lady’s Charm Deluxe, Reel King and Sizzling Hot Deluxe video slots.

NRGS integration:

Greentube explained that the deal is to additionally involve the online casinos from Stockholm-headquartered LeoVegas offering its own five-reel and 20-payline Cops ‘N’ Robbers: Vegas Vacation and Snake Rattle and Roll following integration with its innovative Novo Remote Gaming System (NRGS) platform.

Developer ‘extremely pleased’:

David Bolas, United Kingdom Commercial Director for Greentube, declared that he was ‘extremely pleased’ to have deepened his firm’s relationship with LeoVegas AB by extending ‘the scope of our content provision.’

Bolas’ statement read…

“LeoVegas AB’s portfolio of local brands delivers a very successful proposition in the United Kingdom market and it is a fantastic opportunity for Greentube to add further value to an important partner.”

Latest accord:

The new arrangement comes five months after Greentube began providing a selection of its games to LeoVegas  moreover utilizing its NRGS innovation. That understanding had included the Book of Ra: 6 Reel Deluxe, Apollo God of the Sun and Book of Maya video slots as well as bespoke land-based titles from the developer’s Astra Games and Bell-Fruit Games subsidiaries that had been tailored for the United Kingdom market.