Greentube acquires Eurocoin Interactive in Dutch expansion
Greentube has announced its acquisition of Eurocoin Interactive as it progresses in its Dutch expansion strategy. Through this new deal, Eurocoin will be rebranding with its new name, Greentube Netherlands. Its entire portfolio of games will also be merged with Greentube’s current content in order to be provided to many operators in the country before it is set to launch on the 1st of October.
The cost of this takeover has not yet been revealed, but it will be coming into effect towards the end of March, with the portfolio being entirely integrated just in time for the country’s iGaming market debut.
This brand new deal will be giving Greentube an incredible variety of Eurocoin’s iconic slots, which are sure to be well-loved in the new Dutch market. These slots include hit titles such as Random Runner, Club 2000 and Simply Wild, which will be made available to Greentube soon enough.
Michael Bauer, finance chief and chief games officer at Greentube, stated:
“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. 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.”
Additionally, Greentube’s expansion into new markets has been cooking for a while now, and it is only one of a string of companies who are seeking to make their grand entrance into the new market in the Netherlands.
Reg Das, Eurocoin Interactive director, 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.”