June 24, 2020 written by

Habanero partners with Groove Gaming

iGaming provider Habanero agreed a new partnership with content aggregator Groove Gaming earlier this month.

Groove Gaming is one of the fastest growing brands in this industry and aims to meet a range of gaming needs across the world. The company launched in 2016 and offers a full iGaming solution to online casinos. It focuses on giving players top performance games, and offering the casinos it works with a high quality service.

Furthermore, Groove Gaming have thousands of titles from some of the top providers in the industry. Some of these brands include the most recognisable names in the industry. For example, they include Evolution Gaming, ELK, LEAP, Blueprint, Iron Dog, Microgaming, Betsoft, and more. Groove Gaming offer slots, scratch cards, bingo, table games, and live casino games as part of their package, which is available under a single integration system.

So, it’s clear that Habanero have secured a good partner to help give their brand and games a wider reach!

The partnership

Thanks to this new partnership, Groove Gaming will integrate Habanero’s portfolio of more than 100 slots to their site.

Habanero has top-performing games like Knockout Football Rush, London Hunter, Lucky Fortune Cat, Techno Tumble, Colossal Gems, Mount Mazuma, and many more. They also have a selection of table games like Blackjack, Poker, Baccarat, and others.

Lucky Fortune Cat is one of Habanero’s top slot titles, giving players an opportunity to experience a taste of Asia! It offers a fun and vibrant gaming experience, with features like Wilds, re-spins, and free spins to keep things interesting.

This deal with Groove Gaming will help develop Habanero’s expansion into European and Latin American markets. They entered into these areas last year thanks to a variety of other deals, and this new partnership should strengthen their presence

“delighted”

On the subject of the deal, Arcangelo Lonoce, head of European business development Europe at Habanero, said:

“We’re delighted to launch with Groove Gaming, a prominent aggregator offering a wealth of outstanding content.

“The agreement fits perfectly with Habanero’s ambitious expansion plans, helping to deliver our innovative portfolio to a burgeoning global fan base. We look forward to working alongside Groove Gaming with what I’m sure will prove to be a long and productive relationship.”

Following on from Lonoce, Yahale Meltzer, COO at Groove Gaming, added:

“We stand ready to meet the ever-growing demand among players around the world for fresh entertainment experiences. Partnering with Habanero helps us do exactly that.

“We continue to add world-class content to our offering and this latest integration with Habanero adds additional spice to what is already a truly diverse and rewarding portfolio, and consistent with our trajectory towards becoming the world’s preferred platform by casinos and operators.”

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