Greentube, the NOVOMATIC Interactive division, has further cemented its position as a leading supplier in Switzerland after taking its content live with local operator Casino Neuchâtel’s online brand HurrahCasino.ch.
Greentube’s top-performing content is now available to HurrahCasino’s customers including Super Cherry 5000, Book of Ra™ deluxe and Lucky Lady’s Charm™ deluxe. Players will also soon be able to enjoy additional titles such as Dolphin’s Pearl 10, as the supplier continues to expand the range of content available to the operator. The games will be distributed via the Gamanza platform.
The partnership further strengthens Greentube’s presence in the fast-growing Swiss online sector, with the company having signed with several leading operators since its market debut in 2019.
Casino Neuchâtel has been operating a land-based casino in the north of Switzerland since 2012 and its online brand HurrahCasino.ch was launched in July 2021 to offer players premium entertainment with the best content on the market.
Lisa Sandner, Greentube’s Sales & Key Account Manager for Switzerland, said: “We are happy to further extend our presence in Switzerland together with Casino Neuchâtel and HurrahCasino.ch. Our well-performing games, already known to their land-based players, will make an exciting and valuable addition to their expanding online offering. Greentube is growing more and more in this important market which is a testament to the strength of our games, mechanics and features as well as the local operators’ trust in our brand and services.”
Fabien Nanchen, Online Gaming Manager at Casino Neuchâtel, said: “Greentube’s content has long been the most favourite on our casino floor and we are thrilled to now be able to offer them to our online audience. The portfolio offers a wide mix of entertaining and engaging games that have proven longevity and is a must in any operator’s casino lobby”.
This latest licence sits alongside the previously secured certifications for several tier-one markets, including Great Britain, Netherlands, Portugal, Denmark, Colombia among others
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