Online casino game provider Habanero recently announced its partnership with Playtech, one of the biggest fiat and Bitcoin casino software providers companies in the world. This partnership is arguably the most groundbreaking online casino-related agreement this year as the two companies were former competitors.
Leading the announcement is James Frendo, Director of Casino at Playtech: “Habanero creates some of the most engaging and exciting titles in the industry and we are delighted to have access to their full portfolio of slots and table games…It’s important that we continue to offer operators content of the highest quality and this partnership will ensure we do that. We look forward to working with Habanero to achieve its goals.”
The main objective of the partnership is to expand territories and enhance content distribution. Habanero’s team hopes to reach more players outside Europe. Arcangelo Lonoce, European head of business development at Habanero, confirmed that the company hopes to go global.
Under the deal, Habanero agreed to offer its entire collection consists of more than 100 fiat and Bitcoin slots, 13 table games, and 10 video poker offerings to Playtech. Specifically, all games will be made available to licensees on the Playtech Open Platform. All partner platforms and operators can offer Habanero’s content to any player on any channel and device.
Some of the most popular slot games in Habanero’s portfolio include Colossal Gems, Wizards Want War!, Nuwa, Lucky, Mount Mazuma, and 5 Lucky Lions. For the table games selection, Habanero offers Three Card Poker Deluxe, Dragon Tiger, Double Exposure 3 Hand, Caribbean Hold’Em, and Carribean Stud. Their video poker selection is also rich with high-quality titles like Tens or Better, Joker Poker, Double Double Bonus Poker, and All American Poker.
About Playtech’s Open Platform
Playtech is known for its software solutions. This year, the developer released its enhanced Playtech Open Platform. The new technology offers impressive online casino solutions integrated with Playtech’s giant’s data-driven IMS platform.
The platform provides all Playtech licensees access to shared content from various game developers and suppliers across the globe. More than that, licensees can also use the Playtech Engagement Centre to offer real-time and in-game messaging for their live products. Basically, Playtech Open Platform is simplified third-party content aggregation.