Novomatic, also known to some as Greentube, are one of the world’s largest suppliers of both, land based machines as well as a huge range of desktop and mobile online slots and games. Originally founded back in 1980, they now house business operations in over 50 locations worldwide. They supply modern gaming systems to over 75 different countries, generating a revenue of over €2.5 billion in 2017. To cover the entire A-Z of online and land based gaming the company is employing in excess of 30,000 people across the global.
Novomatic’s land based machines have held an active presence in B&M casinos as well as amusement arcades for countless years and are enjoyed by gamblers and slot lovers all over Europe, Latin America, Asia and the United States. As recent as 2017 they became involved in yet more new projects and expansions that increased their global footprint. These included the acquisition of Quicksilver, a large UK chain of amusement arcades. After rebranding them into Admiral and major investments into equipment, staff training and redecoration, the arcades emerged with a fresh look and modern vibe. One of their special gaming systems were also installed. The VIP machines allows players to take place in an adjustable chair while playing Novomatic slots on a huge 40 inch screen, where they can spin the reels with a foot control.
Moving towards their online market, Novomatic have been continuously growing in popularity far past their usual fan base they attracted over the years. Initially, only a few handpicked online casinos listed their games but that has extended in the past years to cover some of the most reputable sites such as LeoVegas, Videoslots and Casumo.
Novomatic has been producing some epic games over the past decades. Many of its games have achieved cult status among a huge community of faithful followers, as their sky-high win potential is time and again a cause for celebration. Examples of some of their most popular titles are Captain Venture, a pirate themed game where players attempt to land 3 ship’s wheel scatters, triggering up to twenty free games, where all wins awarded can pay up to 8x their original value. Lucky Lady’s Charm, a game that can be found both online and in land based units, is based around a fortune teller. Crystal balls trigger a bonus feature which can re-trigger numerous times, offering players the potential for big wins from low stakes. Dolphin’s Pearl Deluxe is another favourite based on deep sea creatures, 3 pearl symbols awarding the bonus game where players spin for wins at three times the base game values with a soothing soundtrack in the background.