Habanero agrees Microgame deal
Leading online casino games developer, Habanero, has entered into a commercial agreement to supply its quality slot and table games offering to Microgame, the leading gaming service provider in Italy.
Microgame is a strategic partner with a multi-channel offering for both the online and land-based sector. Getting its start in 1999, the Benevento-based company’s focus straight out of the gate was the gaming sector. Today the company supplies more than 80 licensed brands and upwards of 30 online casino operators. It processes 160 million transactions annually.
Proven revenue generators
Soon, recent releases from Habanero including Knockout Football and Ways of Fortune alongside proven revenue generators like Presto and London Hunter will be available to Microgame’s network of players.
Commenting on the fresh deal, European Head of Business Development for Habanero, Arcangelo Lonoce, said that to date, the deal with Microgame was one of its most significant in the European market.
What they’re saying
Lonoce added, “I’m really delighted to have partnered with Microgame who have blazed a trail in Italy and are one of the undoubted market-leaders in this part of the world.
“We have always been very confident about the quality of our casino games and their popularity with players, but this endorsement from such a well-established company, a top casino management solution provider as well as a superb aggregator, is a real pat on the back. We can’t wait to get started.”
Meanwhile, Marco Castaldo, General Manager for Microgame, said, “We’re very pleased to be including Habanero in our market-leading content portfolio and are very confident that their games will be a valuable addition.
“They have some great titles with a wide variety of features and maths models which will appeal to the broad spectrum of players in Italy,” he added.
Habanero has inked a string of deals this year including most recently with Asia-facing live-dealer platform innovator, Oriental Game, and with Gaming operator, Bethard.