After the slots and table games supplier linked up with the platform provider Aresway, Habanero has deepened its position in the Italian industry.
The Italian group, established in 2016, is to improve its omni-channel network, which distributes gaming content through both retail and online, with a wave of new titles as a result of the agreement.
Aresway CEO Fabio Massimo Molinari explained: “We are thrilled to team up with Habanero, a game developer with a portfolio showcasing both state-of-the-art mathematical modeling and stunning graphics which appeal to an impressive number of fans in Italy and beyond.
“Together we will carry forward our vision and the innovative omni-channel project, bringing Habanero’s games in both the retail and online market.
“We are looking forward to working with the company and feel very confident that its unique titles will prove hugely popular with both our partners and their players.”
The collection of more than 60 nationally accredited games by Habanero, including Wild Trucks, Egyptian Dreams and Italian-themed Scopa, will now be available via its EOS platform for the company’s retail and online operator network.
The European Head of Business developement at Habanero, Arcangelo Lonoce, added: “We are delighted to join forces with Aresway in a move that cements our status among the nation’s most prominent igaming content developers.
“The platform provider’s highly advanced product offering services high-profile operators in both the retail and online verticals, and it’s fantastic that our hit games are launching across its extensive partnership network.”
Habanero revealed earlier this week that it has taken its catalogue of real-money games live in Germany and asserted that the jurisdiction is poised to become “one of the most important markets in Europe.”
Going live under the newly controlled system of the jurisdiction on October 15, the day on which the online gaming market officially opened in a transition phase, the move comes ahead of the official opening of the market in July 2021.