In a move that further expands its presence in the European market, Habanero Systems has agreed a commercial deal that will see a range of its innovative content go live with German-based gaming and casinos company Löwen Play’s new digital casino.

Ratified in March this year, the New State Treaty on Gambling (GluNeuRStV) will reportedly allow operators to legally start offering their services to local players from October 15, 2020, rather than having to wait until next summer as originally anticipated.

Future deals:

Accordign to the source, the supplier says that it will integrate its entire content suite via a raft of agreements that are in the works with companies based in Germany prior to the opening of the country’s online gaming market, which was thought to be in 2021.

Commenting on the new supply deal Managing Director for Löwen Play, Paul Kase said…

“Habanero’s premium quality product suite speaks for itself, so it’s great to have the studio’s hit games integrated with our new digital casino.

“We look forward to cultivating a mutually beneficial commercial relationship with the company as we continue to expand our exciting offering.”

Social casino:

In advance of the permitted launch, the Schleswig-Holstein licensed retail operator run site currently features Habanero’s slots on a free-to-play/social casino model, with the Malta-headquartered developer’s product offering to follow with real money gaming.

After in August inking numerous key partnership deals with such well-regarded firm’s including Marathonbet, SuperSport, and Rush Street Interactive, the latest agreement comprises popular titles such as Wild Trucks, Scopa, and the recently released, Jellyfish Flow and Jellyfish Ultra.

For its part, Habanero Systems’ Head of Business Development, Arcangelo Lonoce, added…

“Germany is an exciting market that we are thrilled to have launched in, and Löwen Play Digital was the ideal partner for us to go live with.

“The market-leading retail operator’s new online venture is a project we are delighted to be involved with, and we feel confident that German-based players will thoroughly enjoy our absorbing games catalogue.”