Greentube partners with Mobinc for Ontario expansion

October 3, 2023

The provider will host Greentube games as part of its Conquestador Casino online.

Greentube, a digital gaming division of Novomatic, has partnered with Mobinc to launch iGaming content in Ontario. Malta-based platform provider, Mobinc, delivers ‘white-label and turnkey solutions’ to online casinos.

Mobinc launched its flagship brand, Conquestador Casino, online in Ontario in January this year. Greentube slots have now been added to Conquestador for local players in Ontario, including Diamond Cash, Diamond Mystery and Book of Ra.

Jordan Wall (pictured), Key Account Manager at Greentube, said, “Mobinc is a logical partner for Greentube in regulated markets like Ontario and we are excited about opportunities the cooperation presents for both companies.

“Our content has been performing strongly in North American markets and with the region being a core focus for us, we are thrilled to further our reach through this partnership.”

Greentube games are also available within Ontario to any other operators looking to leverage Mobinc’s White Label Solution to introduce their own brand to the market. Other recent developments in Ontario include Rivalry adding eight new titles to its platform and Bragg Gaming launching with bet365.

Alex Bolton, Casino Manager at Mobinc, said, “Greentube’s games have been popular in land-based jurisdictions, and we’re pleased to have reached an agreement to host them in Ontario.

“In licensed markets like Ontario, it is important to have not only the latest games but also titles that have attracted followers for years. We now have both to offer our players and partners.”


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