Habanero Increase LatAm Plans With Emara Play Deal

Since collaborating with Emara Play, Habanero has seen an increase in its “exciting and ambitious commercial plans” for the Spanish and Latin American markets.

The deal would first see the games provider’s content phased out in the latter of the aforementioned countries, with Spain trailing after the company obtained full certification to the country’s regulator, DGOJ.

Emara Play, an integration network provider, continues to expand its igaming stable, with Habanero following in the footsteps of previous alliances with ESA Gaming and Booongo.

Huge potential

Daniel Rubio, CEO at Emara Play said: “From the first moment we saw Habanero’s product we saw huge potential in it. They are a fresh and innovative company with a lot to offer the Spanish and LatAm markets.

“Our strategy is focused on local providers and quality games for our customers and Habanero will undoubtedly help us achieve that.”

The studio’s most recent deal expands its presence in Europe, with the company now active in 16 European markets.

Commercial footprint in European territory

Vera Slogan, a Habanero business growth executive, added: “This deal is a testament to our commercial footprint in the European territory and beyond.

“We are delighted to partner with another important player in Spain, in a move that boosts our exciting and ambitious commercial plans for both the Spanish and LatAm markets. Stay tuned for plenty more announcements to come.”