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Gaming platform group Gamanza has announced that they've added Novomatic subsidiary Greentube's games to their iGaming Superstore product.
The initial deal will see 18 games added to the platform, with the first casino to adopt the games being jackpots.ch. There will be additional titles released to the platform as they're released by Greentube. Games included in the deal at launch will feature both desktop and mobile play for punters. Gamanza was founded by Magnus Lindberg, who has years of industry experience. The group is closely ingrained with Casino Baden in Switzerland, working to provide games to the newly regulated online betting market there.
Commenting on the deal Gamanza Founder Magnus Lindberg said, "The integration with Greentube adds a lot of value to our portfolio, and the addition of such a renowned game provider is another major milestone for Gamanza. This deal cements our platform proposition in the regulated Swiss market and we are looking forward to strengthening the partnership through ventures in other markets in the near future."
Greentube Head of Sales Daniel Lechner added: "The integration process with Gamanza has been seamless from start to finish, paving the way for a successful launch on jackpots.ch. Gamanza and its brands will make important partners for our company as we begin our journey in Switzerland's newly regulated online market."