Mr Green Adds Greentube Games

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Casino game developer Greentube announced this week that they've inked a supply deal with Mr Green and will begin offering their games at the casino as a result.

The agreement will see the slot machines from Greentube being ported over using Greentube's NRGS platform, including Fairy Queen. Greentube is a subsidiary of Novomatic, and Novo's games are also included in the agreement, including Book of Ra. The games will include mobile and desktop play.

Commenting on the deal Mr Green's COO Antoine Bonello said, "Having the Greentube Novomatic titles as part of our portfolio, complements our existing offering and further solidifies Mr Green as a leading online operator. We are confident that the acquisition potential of the classic Novomatic titles will further enhance our growth strategy. Working with established providers is yet another concrete move towards providing a superior experience in a Green Gaming environment."

Greentube CFO Michael Bauer added: "We are more than excited that this partnership is becoming a reality. We feel very confident that Mr Green's customers will love our amazing portfolio of games."

The games are available for play now at Mr Green.

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5 November 2018 - 8:07pm

Of course as a player you always want a bigger variety at your favorite casino, so from that perspective probably the Mr Green customers would be happy to see some of the Novomatic classy games there plus the lesser known titles (at least for me) of their subsidiary - Greentube.