Greentube prepare for Green Light in Holland by Acquiring Eurocoin Interactive
By Dave Sawyer Mar 15, 2021
Novomatic’s interactive division Greentube have strengthened the product portfolio as well as their position where it concerns the soon to be regulated Dutch gaming market, by acquiring the Dutch gaming developer Eurocoin Interactive.
Greentube are of course responsible for bringing to life online Novomatic’s well known popular slot machine games, think Book of Ra, Lord of the Ocean, Lucky Lady’s Charm and Sizzling Hot to name but four of them.
The acquisition of Eurocoin Interactive will see the company rebranded and renamed as Greentube Netherlands, with it also providing Greentube with a wide range of Eurocoin’s classic slots which cater for the Dutch market. These include Random Runner, Simply Wild, and Club 2000, all of which will become available to players upon the opening up of the newly regulated Dutch gaming market on 1st October 2021.
Commenting on their new acquisition, Greentube’s Michael Bauer said: “We are very happy to welcome Eurocoin Interactive in the Greentube Group as we always aim to have a strong portfolio of games that are known to the local players.”
“Titles such as Random Runner, Simply Wild and several more have been smash hits in the land-based market for years.”
“Eurocoin Interactive has developed these games for the online market and we will come up with a strong line-up of classic Dutch games in addition to the Novomatic Bluechips and our internal productions as soon as the regulated market opens at the start of October.”
“Greentube Netherlands will be our competence centre for this very specific market and we’ll use their vast know how and unrivalled experience to further enhance our portfolio.”
While Reg Das, Eurocoin Interactive Director, adding to Bauer’s comments, said: “When entering this new market, it is key to hit the ground running by providing high-quality, locally tailored games. Our acquisition by Greentube further enhances its impressive portfolio, which is one I am confident will be unsurpassed in the Netherlands when the regulated market opens for business later this year.”