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Novomatic gaming products serve over 70 countries in one form or another from RNG game development, to skill games and platform solutions. Internationally, Novomatic Holding, its Swiss sister company Admiral Casinos & Entertainment (ACE) and its majority shareholder Prof. Johann F. Graf are engaged in over 1,200 casinos, electronic casinos, and sportsbetting outlets. Online players would be most familiar with Greentube Internet Entertainment Solutions GmbH, who deliver the Novomatic games to casinos such as Star Games on the internet.
The Novo Remote Gaming System, or NRGS is administered by Astra Games, a member of the Novomatic Group of Companies. Astra delivers games to such illustrious names in the industry as Sky Vegas Casino. The industry is constantly evolving and this information can change almost daily but one thing is sure; Novomatic is quietly building the resources necessary to emerge as one of, if not the top gaming company in the world. Astra, the UK subsidiary of Novomatic began acquiring Greentube in 2010 and completed the acquisition, becoming the sole shareholder in late 2011. The NRGS is experiencing a complete integration into the Greentube system. This will further facilitate the ability to bring all of Novomatic's successful on land games on line in the near future.
Some games online players may be familiar with include: The Book of Ra Deluxe, Lucky Lady's Charm, Fairy Queen and the popular Dolphins Pearl Deluxe as well as the new Jewel Action. As of mid June, 2012 there were 47 Novomatic slots games available online with more releases expected this month. The games are currently available in varying quantities at StarGames, Grosvenor, Quasar and Sky Vegas casinos. Other browser-based, mobile, and iTV games bring the current offering to over 80 casino games. The addition of multi-player, bingo and skill games bring that number up significantly.
Novomatic only allows game delivery into well regulated markets and all partners are fully vetted and licensed in their respective jurisdictions.
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