Greentube launches with Caesars Digital in Ontario

June 10, 2024
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Players in the province will have access to a range of Greentube titles.

Greentube has expanded its partnership with Caesars Digital by launching its game portfolio in the Canadian province of Ontario. 

Users of Caesars Palace Online Casino and Caesars Sportsbook & Casino will have access to a range of titles from the supplier, including Thunder Cash, Dolphin’s Pearl, Diamond Cash Mighty Buffalo and Charming Lady’s Boom among others. Players will also have exclusive access to Greentube’s latest title, Silver Lux: Big Win Spinner.  

Greentube first came to Canada in 2021 via a partnership with Scientific Games and the British Columbia Lottery Corporation (BCLC). Greentube has since partnered with a range of operators in the region to bring its content to players, including Entain in late 2022 and Mobinc and Betway in October 2023, bringing its iGaming products to Ontario after receiving its supplier license.  

On this latest launch, Greentube Director Global Sales and Key Account Management Markus Antl said, “We are thrilled to extend our already successful partnership with Caesars Digital and launch in another North American region together. Players in Ontario are enjoying our content and this launch will further propel our foothold in this exciting market.” 

Caesars Digital VP of Online Gaming Ricardo Cornejo Rivas added, “We have seen Greentube’s content perform well with our customers in the United States and we’re excited about the potential for success in Ontario. We’re pleased to take this collaboration to new levels and introduce Greentube’s diverse and proven content to an even wider player base.” 

In April, Greentube and Caesars Digital partnered in New Jersey and Michigan to bring the supplier's games to the states. The partnership was described as a ’landmark launch’ for Greentube.  


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