Greentube Gets Pennsylvania License

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Novomatic's Greentube subsidiary has announced that they've been granted a gaming license in the state of Pennsylvania, granting the company approval to provide slot services to operators in the Keystone State.

The license will allow a select number of Novomatic's slots to be provided, including Thunder Cash, and the Diamond Cash series of games. The company didn't publish a list of who they plan on working with in the state.

Greentube has committed itself to expanding in North America, and has purchased a 40% stake in Flamingocatz to help with that goal in mind.

Speaking about the license, Greentube CFL Michael Bauer noted: "Receiving a license to offer our market-leading content in Pennsylvania is another important milestone for Greentube as it continues to expand its presence across North America.

"We are looking forward to working alongside operators within the state to serve players with our unique brand of entertaining content."

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