Habanero has signed a deal to distribute its popular games via Mediatech Solutions.
The company will add its portfolio of over 50 slots, six table games, and 10 video poker games to their fellow supplier’s next generation IRIS platform.
Among the mobile-enabled games will be Habanero’s latest titles, Ruffled Up, Bombs Away, and Gold Rush, all of which are tailored to individual devices and operating systems.
Daniel Long, Head of Sales at Habanero, said the partnership was strategically important to the company and would provide both parties with great potential for further expansion.
He added: “Mediatech’s international reach is growing all the time with new operators and existing ones looking to upgrade their legacy software both seeking their state-of-the-art platform.
“Our latest HTML5 games in particular are the perfect fit for this modern approach and we’re looking forward to sharing their benefits with Mediatech’s expanding client list.
Daniel Graetzer, Mediatech Solutions’ Executive Director, said: “Habanero’s games will be a great addition to our platform and I’m very pleased to welcome them to our growing content network.
“It is very important for our customers to have access to fresh, high quality content that is tailored to their markets as well as the diverse range of devices their players are now using, including our land-based solution Candy, which will be on display at ICE this year.”
Habanero will be demonstrating its land-based tailored content on one of Mediatech’s terminals on stand N2-243 at next month’s ICE, while Mediatech will also be featuring Habanero’s games on stand S6-210.
As well as Mediatech, Habanero now has a distribution deal in place with EveryMatrix. They also integrate their games directly to over 20 operators around the world.
The company was purchased by European investors in 2012 who have since boosted its teams of designers, developers, and mathematicians in offices in Johannesburg, Manila, Sofia, and Kiev.
Founded in 2009, Mediatech provides a wide range of gaming solutions including an omni-channel gaming platform to international operators across retail, online, and mobile. They enjoy a 20 per cent market share in their native Spain and recently launched wanabet.es with Recreativos Franco.