The Greentube online and mobile software technologies subsidiary of Austrian gambling giant Novomatic has announced the signing of a deal that will see it supply a selection of its parent’s games to Swedish iGaming operator LeoVegas AB.

Vienna-based Greentube revealed that the agreement is to involve an array of Novomatic’s ‘market-leading games’ tailored for players in the United Kingdom and Scandinavia being integrated onto the domain via the Novo Remote Gaming System solution. It stated that these titles are due to include the Sizzling Hot and Lucky Lady’s Charm video slots as well as the Book of Maya, 6 Reel, Book of Ra and Apollo God of the Sun games.

Greentube declared that the agreement means that players at will now moreover be able to enjoy bespoke online versions of popular land-based video slots from British companion developers such as Bell-Fruit Games and Astra Games.

Michael Bauer, Chief Financial Officer for Greentube, described his firm’s latest arrangement with LeoVegas AB as an ‘auspicious partnership’ before proclaiming that he is convinced Novomatic’s content will help to give the Stockholm-based operator ‘a significant push in various markets’.

“Players love our blue-chip titles and we see great results from the new releases as well,” read a Monday statement from Bauer.

For her part, Karolina Pelc, Casino Director for LeoVegas AB, explained that Novomatic ‘has long been a pioneer in the land-based casino space’ and that the deal will see her firm able to offer this content to its many online players.

“We are excited to announce the partnership between LeoVegas AB and Greentube,” read a statement from Pelc. “We expect to develop a rewarding relationship.”