Blitz Casino Adds Greentube Games

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Belgium-based online betting site Blitz Casino has announced that they've added games from Novomatic subsidiary Greentube to their library, bringing in the large slate of dice games that have been around for years.

The move is the latest for Greentube, who's been signing multiple content deals over the past several weeks. The deal will give Blitz full access to Greentube's dice games, which include the likes of Jackpot Dice, Book of Ra Dice, and others to the library. Blitz is considered a B+ operator in Belgium, which does allow for the offering of slots and arcade games online, so this addition of titles falls in line with that licensing.

The games are being integrated through the Gaming1 platform, and are available for play now.

Commenting on the deal Blitz Casino's marketing manager Henk Wolff said, "Greentube's dice games are among the top favourites in Belgium, with iconic brands such as Book of Ra. The innovative and fun content meets the high standards that we have as an online casino.

"Our market-leading experience is what brings players to Blitz, and it is our top priority to only provide games that meet their needs and expectations. Greentube's portfolio therefore makes a great addition to our offering and will serve as a key asset as we look to expand our customer base."

Greentube CFO/CGO Michael Bauer added: "Blitz is a growing force in Belgium's online sector, and we are pleased to offer a bespoke selection of our locally renowned content to its customers. The popularity of dice games in Belgium is unique in Europe, and our portfolio has been tailored to suit these preferences, offering a wide selection of titles that consistently perform well in the market."

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