The Greentube online and mobile software technologies subsidiary of Austrian gambling giant Novomatic has announced that it used last month’s Fer-Interazar exhibition in Madrid to show off its latest innovations for the Spanish market including its served-based Plurius system.

The 36th edition of Fer-Interazar took place from March 28 to March 30 at the Feria De Madrid exhibition center and Vienna-based Greentube declared that it had been on hand to demonstrate its “latest innovations for online, mobile and served-based gaming” additionally encompassing video slot titles from its parent’s large library, which are based on its own Novo Remote Game Server for easier platform integration.

“The show was a great opportunity to hold interesting discussions with our future business partners and to meet many industry professionals,” read a statement from Greentube’s Gernot Baumgartner. “Greentube looks forward to supplying the Spanish market with a full range of business-to-business products.”

Greentube stated that Fer-Interazar attendees had shown “great interest” in its Plurius innovation as the system demonstrates the company’s “omni-channel approach” and already offers a “stellar portfolio of games” such as “blue chip titles” from Novomatic along with third-party content.

“The latest addition to the Plurius games portfolio is the brand-new selection of bingo games from market-experienced game provider Otium,” read a statement from Greentube. “All games were displayed on Novomatic’s market-proven cabinets such as the VIP Lounge and NovoStar SL Slant Top.”