Greentube, the NOVOMATIC Digital Gaming and Entertainment division, has taken its wide-ranging games catalogue live in the regulated Dutch and Belgian markets with Gaming1’s B2C brand Circus.

Circus customers in both countries can now enjoy titles from Greentube’s comprehensive portfolio, which includes an array of top-performing classics such as Random Runner™, Club 2000™ Casino and Grand Slam™ Casino, along with classic NOVOMATIC games such as Book of Ra™, Lucky Lady’s Charm™, Always Hot™ and many more.

The successful integration took place through Greentube partner Gaming1’s platform and complements a host of deals the supplier has struck in the Netherlands following the regulation of the market last year.

A leading light in the Low Countries, Circus is certified by Dutch gaming regulator de Kansspelautoriteit (KSA) and Belgium’s Gaming Commission. Greentube is able to offer its games through Dutch and Belgian supplier licences, which includes all requisite game certifications.

Andy Duschek, sales and key account manager for the Netherlands at Greentube, said: “Our games have generated a very positive reaction from customers in the Dutch market and we are now aiming to build on that positive start.

“This deal with Circus, enhancing our presence in both the Netherlands and Belgium, gives us the chance to offer more players than ever before the chance to take part in a gaming experience that is honed to their localised preferences.”

David Carrion, COO Interactive at Gaming1, said: “At Gaming1, we aim to offer our customers a smooth, fun and innovative gaming experience in an entertaining and secure environment.

“Greentube offers the perfect balance of traditional and new titles, providing everything players could want in both the Netherlands and Belgium. We believe this is only the start of a very fruitful collaboration.”

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Andy Duschek, sales and key account manager for the Netherlands at Greentube

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