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Novomatic subsidiary Greentube announced this week that they've won the bidding process to supply Luxembourg's Loterie Nationale with its Plurius product.
Greentube was granted a seven-year license to provide services in the small country, and an option was also added to extend services for an additional five year. The Plurius product supports video lottery terminals, land-based sales, and online lottery services.
The service is known for providing B2B connections while also affording customers single account access to deposit, play, and withdraw funds.
Greentube indicated that the service is expected to be fully integrated with Loterie Nationale by the end of this year.
Greentube CEO Thomas Graf spoke about the winning bid, noting: "After an extensive European tender process we are delighted to be awarded this important contract from Loterie Nationale Luxembourg. The contract validates the competitiveness of our offering and demonstrates that we are a trusted supplier to the industry. Our Greentube Plurius technology is at the forefront of gaming innovation and we are excited about the opportunity to streamline and strengthen Loterie Nationale Luxembourg's offering."
Loterie Nationale Luxembourg CEO Leon Losch added: "We are pleased to select Greentube Plurius as a solution that not only meets all of our immediate requirements and future-proofs Responsible Gambling methods for all players online and land based, but also provides a long-term partnership to support our evolving needs. Greentube has a strong reputation as a reliable and experienced technology provider with a proven track-record to deliver results and we are excited to join forces."