Online casino games developer Habanero Systems BV has announced the signing of a content supply deal that is to see its full portfolio made available to operators via the iGaming platform from British innovator Playtech.

The firm used an official press release published by European Gaming Media and Events to detail that the agreement will involve its complete range of over 100 video slots as well as a collection of ten video poker and 13 table games titles being integrated onto the Playtech Open Platform (POP) advance.

Increasing influence:

Habanero Systems BV declared that this latest move is also destined to enhance its ‘global reach’ by allowing online casino operators around the world to feature its games including the recently-premiered Wizards Want War! video slot ‘on any channel or device’.

Choice collection:

Arcangelo Lonoce, Head of European Business Development for Habanero Systems BV, used the press release to proclaim that the new alliance will moreover involve his firm’s popular Nuwa, 5 Lucky Lions, Colossal Gems and Mount Mazuma video slots alongside a range of video poker, roulette and baccarat titles being added to a platform that already ‘boasts some of the industry’s very best content aggregation technology’.

Read a statement from Lonoce…

“Playtech’s vast array of operators will help us to reach more players than ever before and we look forward to impressing them with our vast portfolio. It’s an exciting time to be a part of our team as we expand globally.”

Continuous commitment:

For his part, James Frendo, Casino Director for London-headquartered Playtech, described Habanero Systems BV as a developer that has created ‘some of the most engaging and exciting titles in the industry’ and that he was now pleased to have been given access to its ‘full portfolio of slot and table games’.

Frendo’s statement read…

“It’s important that we continue to offer operators content of the highest quality and this partnership will ensure we do that. We look forward to working with Habanero Systems BV to achieve its goals.”