iGaming Business – Gambling industry entertainment provider Amaya Gaming Group has renewed its licensing deal with Greentube Alderney, part of global gaming group Novomatic.
The new two-year agreement will ensure the continued distribution of casino content to Amaya, allowing licensees to access 28 premium Novomatic titles via Amaya’s casino gaming system.
Amaya will continue to offer a selection of Novomatic games, including six new titles.
Amaya’s partnership with Novomatic stretches back to 2009.
“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,” Amaya Gaming chief executive officer David Baazov said.
Thomas Graf, chief technology offer of Novomatic, added: “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.”
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