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Asia – Habanero signs GWIN agreement

By - 3 March 2017

Habanero has strengthened its position in Asia after striking a deal to supply mobile platform provider GWIN with its full suite of HTML5 games.

As part of the deal, Habanero will make its catalogue of slots, table games and video poker titles available to the mobile platform and content provider, including blockbuster titles Koi Gate, Jugglenaut, Fenghuang, and Roman Empire.

Habanero’s games are offered at a competitive rate via its own platform. Their games offer exciting graphics, smart math, and exciting gameplay that keeps players engaged and entertained.

Daniel Long, Head of Sales at Habanero, said: “Our goal for the year is expand our reach in key markets around the world. This deal with GWIN puts our games in front of more players than ever before, and is a major win for us. GWIN is one of the largest and best established mobile platform providers, so it is a great opportunity for us to be working with such a power player. We believe our games will be a big hit with their operator partners and their players.”

James Wang, Manager at GWIN, said: “Habanero has built a reputation as one of the most exciting and innovative game developers in the market. Its content strikes the right balance between design and math, and delivers on fun, entertainment, and most importantly quality. We are delighted to be able to offer their content via our mobile platform, and believe they will be a major draw for partners old and new looking to bolster their portfolios with great games.”

Habanero has also expanded its reach in both Western and Eastern Europe so far this year, having signed deals with Russian operator 1XBet and Austrian operator SKS365 in January.

Habanero’s comprehensive gaming portfolio now features over 70 video slots titles, six table games, and 10 video poker titles, which are integrated into over 35 operators and aggregators and available in 20 languages, including twelve European and seven Asian ones.

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