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Habanero is continuing to add further depth to its LatAme footprint. The provider of slots and table games has revealed it has inked a deal with Colombian operator Betjuego.
According to the contract, Habanero will add almost 60 Habanero HTML5 slots and table games titles to the Betjuego offering. This includes slots such as Egyptian Dreams, 5 Mariachis and Lucky Lucky. But there’s also the supplier’s roulette, blackjack and casino poker. In addition to these, this they will be providing its marketing and customer retention tools, including configurable tournaments.
Stefano Tino, managing director at BetJuego, complimented Habanero’s immersive gaming content. He says that it “has a proven track-record of popularity with a wide variety of players”. For that reason, they are thrilled to have the innovative supplier on board.
Tino is certain that “its premium game catalogue will provide a welcome addition to our state-of-the-art platform and casino offering”. The company looks forward to a productive, long-term relationship.
Vera Motto, business development executive at Habanero has also commented on the new deal. “We are delighted to partner with such a dynamic, up-and-coming operator as Betjuego,” she said.
Motto described Betjuego as the company that operates “one of the simplest and fastest-growing igaming platforms in Colombia“. That’s why they are proud to be “counted as one of its key suppliers.”
“We are confident that our innovative and fresh content will thrill Betjuego’s players,” she asserted.
Habanero is now certified in 17 territories around the globe and counting. This agreement further “strengthens our footprint in yet another exciting emerging market,” the executive said. “Stay tuned for plenty more exciting news to come.”
Last month, Habanero agreed a similar deal. The provider launched its first game in the Colombian market as they announced a partnership with Spain-based operator Codere.