Habanero looks to future growth with Iforium deal
Quality slots and table games provider Habanero has signed a deal to supply its full suite of content to casino aggregator Iforium.
The partnership will see Habanero provide titles from its extensive range of slots, table games, and video poker games, including recent releases Fire Rooster, Bird of Thunder, and Panda Panda.
These games will be made available on the UK-licensed supplier’s multi-vendor casino aggregation platform Gameflex™ alongside 5,000 desktop and mobile titles from over 50 suppliers.
Daniel Long, Head of Sales at Habanero, said: “This partnership will greatly expand the reach of our games and put them in front of new operators and players in a variety of territories.
“We’re very confident Iforium’s operating partners will benefit from our content and we expect the deal will give us opportunities for significant growth in the coming months.”
Phil Parry, CEO at the Isle of Man-based Iforium, said: “Habanero has an excellent reputation within the gaming industry for developing premium titles with first-class graphics and immersive sound. We are pleased to offer these to our partners via our Gameflex platform.”
Habanero currently operates a stable of 75 video slots titles, 9 table games, and 50 video poker titles, which are integrated into over 45 operators and aggregators and available in 21 European and Asian languages.
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