Multi-channel online sportsbetting and casino platform provider, Digitain, has announced a new partnership with Greentube, the Interactive division of Austrian international gambling company, Novomatic (NVMTC.UL).
According to the official press release…
Under the terms of the agreement, a selection of slots from the leading developer and supplier of iGaming solutions is now live on the Digitain platform, to be distributed in Armenia to regulated online casinos.
“a global reputation for innovation and quality engagement“
Chief Commercial Officer for Digitain, Suren Khachatryan, said…
“We are delighted to secure this partnership agreement with Greentube. They are without question one of the market-leading premium slots games providers with a global reputation for innovation and quality engagement for slots players. Our first licensee to go live shall be Totogaming, one of Armenia’s leading iGaming operators and they will be able to offer classic NOVOMATIC slots such as Lucky Lady´s CharmTM deluxe, Sizzling Hot TM deluxe, Apollo God of the Sun and Book of RaTM Magic, as well as other exciting gaming content.“
“the first step in a long-lasting, strategic partnership“
Also commenting on the new partnership, Head of Sales for Greentube, Daniel Lechner, added…
“We are more than excited to work together with Digitain and provide our wide range of games to players in Armenia. Moreover, we are certain, that this is only the first step in a long-lasting, strategic partnership, giving us the opportunity to grow together into further markets. The speed of the technical integration was outstanding – making it one of the fastest integrations we have ever completed.”
The tie-up with Digitain is on the heels of Novomatic’s distribution agreement with Asian gaming equipment supplier and gaming operator, Indo Pacific Gaming (IPG). The move by the firm whose parent company is Novo Invest GmbH and whose subsidiaries include Greentube, Ainsworth Game Technology and Gamestec Leisure Limited among others, will expedite its expansion in the Asia-Pacific region. It will see IPG distribute the Austria-based gaming equipment maker’s complete range of gaming products and systems in the region that includes, Vietnam, Nepal, Goa, Sri Lanka, Laos and Cambodia.