Greentube links with DC Lottery to boost US online games presence

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Greentube USA has confirmed an agreement with the Washington DC Lottery to supply it with new games for its online platform. 

Under the terms of the agreement, Greentube will provide the lottery with its new ilottery title Drop The Balls as it shores up its position across regulated US gaming markets.

“The magic at the heart of this game is a physics simulation that makes all the action in the game look and feel realistic”, said Ben Sutherland, CEO of Greentube USA. “Drop The Balls is a game that lottery players of all ages will enjoy, and we are excited to be launching it with the Washington DC Lottery.”

The lottery corporation is the first group to utilize the new title before Greentube rolls it out to more operators across the US and Latin America. It is in response to “growing demand for innovative games” that the European supplier has released Drop The Balls. 

The game gives players the opportunity to drop balls onto a playfield filled with obstacles and multiplier catchers, adding value to the balls as they drop. It is delivered to partners via the EQL RGS aggregation platform, which will continue to work with Greentube for further launches. 

A mix between pinball, pachink and bagatelle, Greentube noted that the game is expected to be a hit with lottery players in DC as it boasted the capabilities of the game’s physics simulation and graphics. 

The supplier added: “The launch of Drop The Balls marks another exciting milestone for Greentube USA, and the company is confident that the game will be a huge success with lotteries and players alike.”