Greentube will be expanding its footprint in the Baltic states as Betsson announces the launch of a Russian language site. The additional Russian language site will be aimed at Lithuanian users. The expansion means that Greentube, a Novomatic Interactive division, will be able to reach more players across all three Baltic states.
Attracting More Users
Betsson Group's Betsafe brand has been offering Greentube's most sought after titles with their brands since 2017, but now it's time for them to go one step further. They have added the new Russian language site to attract players from Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia.
Greentube can now extend their global reach and reach more players as they expand in the Baltic states.
The provider also has their games on offer at SuperCasino.ee, a new Pay'N Pay online casino that caters to the Estonian market. This was launched to supplement Bestafe back in August last year.
A Wide Variety of Games
Their expansion plans now mean that some of Greentubes' classic titles like Lucky Lady's Charm™ slot, Sizzling Hot slot and Book of Ra slot will become localised for Lithuania's Russian-speaking citizens. A bunch of other titles and newly launched games will also go live!
"We're thrilled to see our varied portfolio of iconic online slots reach players across Lithuania and the rest of the Baltic states. The Greentube brand is synonymous with quality, and it's a real joy to be able to introduce new players to everything we have to offer," said Lisa Sandner, Sales & Key Account Manager at Greentube.
Meanwhile, Kaido Ulejev, Commercial Director CEECA of Betsson Group, also added that everyone is aware of the extent to which Greentube slots have grown in popularity over the years. Not only are they a reputable, well-established international brand, but their slots are instantly recognisable and are firm fan favourites.
"It was incredibly important to us that we launched our latest Russian language site for Lithuanian users with the very best games available, and we consider Greentube's titles to be amongst them.," concluded Ulejev.