Online and land-based casino games developer Habanero has entered into an agreement that will see its premium games content supplied to casino brands by way of Solid Gaming, one of Asia’s largest B2B game aggregators.
Under the terms of the agreement, Habanero’s complete suite of multi-language, multi-currency HTML5 games will be distributed to operators within the region by Solid Gaming. Those games include the Curacao-based developer’s most recent releases 5 Mariachis, London Hunter and Rolling Roger.
Habanero’s premium titles will join a large portfolio of unique and player friendly games from a choice group of suppliers and will be able to be accessed in a multitude of different currencies and languages such as English, Chinese, Japanese, Thai and Vietnamese.
Habanero Head of Sales, Daniel Long, said, “We are delighted to have struck a deal with Solid Gaming who have a wide range of customers that will benefit from the popularity of our games with players, according to the news release.
Long added that Habanero is currently experiencing “tremendous growth,” having produced high-quality content and they are “confident this deal will contribute to that too.”
Also commenting on the collaboration, CEO for Solid Gaming, Thomas Nimstad, added that Habanero has earned “a reputation for producing games that are popular with players and profitable for operators.”
Nimstad added that Habenero’s portfolio of table games and slots are a ‘must have’ for any casino brand in Asia and that he is “very pleased” that Solid Gaming is now able to add them to their offering.
In addition to a host of skilled mathematicians, developers and designers, Habanero’s management team boast over four decades’ worth of experience in gaming and betting. The company currently offers upwards of 80 video slots, 10 video poker titles and 10 table games which are all integrated with more than 60 aggregators and operators and available in 24 European and Asian languages.
In keeping with its planned target expansion throughout Western Europe this year, Habanero extended its global footprint in an early February deal with SKS365 which saw it enter the Italian market.