Multi-award winning B2B software development company, Iforium, has entered into an agreement that will see it integrate gaming content from leading developer and supplier, Greentube.

Under the terms of the partnership deal, the Novomatic Interactive division will deliver its innovative gaming content via the Douglas-headquartered company’s market-leading Gameflex aggregation platform.

Partnering with one of the industry’s leading aggregators is something we’re very excited about.”

According to Iforium, the integration will include the Reel King series, Lord of the Ocean and Book of Ra Deluxe, the five-reel version of the original ancient Egyptian-themed title from Novomatic.

What they’re saying:

Chief Executive Officer for the Isle of Man-based firm, Phil Parry, commented on the recent deal in an official press release, saying…

“We’ve been piling up the wins in record-breaking fashion this year, with industry awards, new markets and a vast array of tier one content and operator integrations. Our latest partnership with Greentube, one of the industry’s leading developers is testament to our success.”

Head of Sales for Greentube, Daniel Lechner, added…

“Partnering with one of the industry’s leading aggregators is something we’re very excited about. Iforium leads the way in single integration casino aggregation and they are the ideal partner to grow our content. We look forward to a long and productive relationship.”

Innovative platform:

iForium’s innovative casino aggregation and seamless bonusing platform combines more than 9,000 games from over 100 gaming vendors and is available, through a single and straightforward API integration, to multi-channel operators.

The strategic deal makes available Greentube’s wide-ranging content portfolio, including video bingo, social casino gaming, server-based gaming, AWP reloaded slots, table games, video slots and more, to Iforium’s global operator customer base.

Series of partnerships:

It has been a highly productive year for the B2B software development thus far, having entered the US, via New Jersey’s regulated market, in July, and in September making its Latam market debut courtesy of its Codere partnership in Mexico.

Meanwhile, Greentube has certainly not let any grass grow under its feet either. The Austrian company has inked multiple B2B partnership deals over the past few months, most recently having bolstered its Swedish market presence after launching with leading local operator Svenska Spel Sport & Casino.

The Vienna-headquartered firm has made quick business of growing its presence in Europe, having inked similar commercial deals in October with Hattrick Sports Group Ltd. via its (Prva Sportska Kladionica) online domain in Croatia, and entering the Swiss market with Grand Casino Baden’s online gaming website, among others.