Habanero agrees GAMEIOM partnership

Slot and table games provider Habanero has struck a deal to launch its content with leading European aggregator GAMEIOM.

Under the agreement, the UKGC and Gibraltar-licensed platform will integrate the supplier’s full suite of games, including its latest releases Presto!, London Hunter, and the forthcoming Fortune Dogs.

Among the tier one operators who currently utilise GAMEIOM’s distribution are household names such as William Hill, BetVictor and LadbrokesCoral.

Speaking about the signing of the partnership, Habanero’s European Head of Business Development, Arcangelo Lonoce said: “We’re delighted to have signed up with GAMEIOM and look forward to a long and mutually advantageous working relationship.

“We have ambitious plans to expand our business over the next 12 months, particularly in Europe, and are looking forward to this partnership opening a number of doors for us.”

Habanero’s new partnership follows the recent certification of its content by the Italian regulator AAMS, as well as commercial agreements with a number of tier one operators in that market.

Stuart Carr, CEO at GAMEIOM, added: “Our ambition is to create a stable of great content that continually refreshes the offering our operator partners can provide to their players.

“Habanero is a worthy addition to that stable and we are looking forward to seeing how its games are received in the coming months. I’m very confident they will do well.”

The supplier now offers over 80 video slots titles, 10 table games, and 10 video poker titles. These are integrated with over 60 operators and aggregators and available in 24 European and Asian languages.


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