The company Greentube, a division of Novomatic Interactive, closed a deal with the bookmaker Fonbet to bring a selection of its game portfolio to the Greek market and adapt to its new regulations.
Fonbet’s local players will first have at their disposal six titles, including Book of Ra deluxe, Lucky Lady’s Charm deluxe and Dolphin’s Pearl deluxe, although they already assured that other content, such as the Diamond Link and Cash Connection series, will soon be added to the selection.
“Our content is performing very well in the Greek market and we are delighted to reach more local players through our partnership with Fonbet, a prominent and reputable operator,” assured Greentube’s Director of Sales and Key Accounts in Greece, Lisa Sandner. “We continue to focus on expansion in regulated markets and Greece plays an important role in our growth strategy,” she added.
Greentube’s content has been available in Greece for several years, but the country has recently moved from a provisional legal framework for online gaming to being fully regulated, which has allowed more operators to enter the territory.
“Greentube’s content needs no introduction, and we are delighted to now be able to offer a selection of their top performing titles to our customers. With more games to be added to our offering shortly, we look forward to a long and successful partnership,” acknowledged Fonbet’s Vice President of International Operations, Yiannis Zafiratos.
Fonbet is one of the leading operators in Greece and the partnership allows the Novomatic-owned firm to significantly expand the reach of its content to a new audience. The partnership is the latest in a series of agreements that have enabled Greentube to strengthen its presence in regulated markets in Europe, Latin America and North America.