Canadian gaming supplier Amaya Gaming Group has signed a two-year extension to its licensing deal with Greentube, the online gaming subsidiary of Austrian gaming giant Novomatic.
The deal will allow licensees in regulated jurisdictions to access 28 Novomatic titles via Amaya’s casino gaming system, and includes six new games.
The two-year deal extends a long-standing partnership which dates back to 2009.
Novomatic’s chief technology officer Thomas Graf said: “We are delighted to continue our relationship with Amaya and look forward to offer our popular and high performance land-based slots to Amaya’s growing base of industry leading customers.”
Amaya CEO David Baazov added: “We are extremely pleased to extend our long-term partnership with Novomatic. This extended agreement reflects our dedication to providing customers with the widest range of premium gaming content possible and further reinforces our position as the industry’s leading content aggregator.”
It follows an agreement between Greentube and GameAccount earlier this week, which sees Novomatic’s land-based games integrated onto the GameAccount platform and distributed to operators across Europe.