Austrian firm Greentube, the interactive division of NOVOMATIC AG Group, has strengthened its partnership with Casino Du Lac Genève after bringing the casino’s content online with the operator’s brand, Pasino.ch.
Previously only available to land-based customers, Greentube’s content is now available online, further strengthening the company’s position as a leading games supplier in the fast-growing Swiss online casino market.
“Casino Du Lac in Genève is one of the most prestigious and well-known land-based casinos in Switzerland, we are more than pleased to further strengthen our position in the market with this partnership” commented chief games officer, Michael Bauer.
“Our very well-balanced and localised portfolio of games has proven to be the clear favourite among Swiss players and this deal will help pasino.ch strengthen its online presence further.”
CEO of Pasino.ch, Arieh Ghnassia, remarked that “our moto at Pasino is ‘How We Work Together, How We Win Together’. Working with Greentube is mandatory for us in order to deliver high standard of quality services and the best player experience to our players. With a proven track record in Switzerland and a diverse game offering, Greentube’s portfolio is perfectly suited to our player’s needs. We have numerous projects in the pipeline and Greentube’s collaboration will help us to take pasino.ch to the next level.”
Casino Du Lac Genève is the Swiss arm of Groupe Partouche, one of the largest and historical casino groups in Europe operating 42 land-based venues. Its online brand Pasino.ch was launched in November 2020.
Founded in 1980, NOVOMATIC AG Group is one of the largest gaming technology companies in the world with a turnover of around EUR 1.7 billion in 2020.
Featured Image: Greentube Chief Games Officer Michael Bauer / Greentube.com
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