The Canadian casino game supplier Amaya Gaming have extended their licensing agreement with Greentube, who is a subsidiary of Novomatic. With the extension of the licensing agreement, licensees in regulated markets will gain access to a variety of different Novomatic games through Amaya's casino system and will also include six different new games.
The two casino giants began their partnership back in 2009 and has since then had a solid partnership, which they now extended until 2016. It will be interesting to see how the partnership will be affected if the rumours regarding Amaya taking over Pokerstars has any sort of truth towards them.
“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.” CEO of Amaya, David Baazov said in a press release.
“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.” Chief Technology Officer of Novomatic, Thomas Graf added.