Habanero Continues Expansion in Europe With New Slotegrator DealPublished October 19, 2016 by Ivan P
Casino game developer Habanero strikes a strategic deal with Slotegrator to increase its presence in Europe, especially in Russia and Ukraine.
Habanero, a company devoted to providing high-quality casino games solutions, continues to expand its presence in the European market. Their recent deal with Slotegrator Ltd will see a number of Habanero's HTML5 desktop and mobile games added to this slot aggregator's portfolio.
Importance of European Market
Europe represents an important market for the company on the rise. Habanero's products were well received in other markets and the company is now looking to establish a firm presence in Europe as well.
As Daniel Long, Habanero's Head of Sales, explained, the deal with Slotegrator will help pave the way for all of their future efforts. Slotegrator Ltd. offers full-scale solutions for online casino operators, from planning stages to launching and operating an online casino. With a reputation that precedes them, the company represents a perfect partner for Habanero's expansion plans.
Many Habanero's slots have recently been licensed in several European jurisdictions, like Malta, UK, and the Isle of Man. This new deal will see their games primarily reach players from Eastern Europe, including countries like Russia, Ukraine, and Kazahstan.
Habanero at the EiG Conference
Habanero has been on a remarkable rise, despite the fact they always emphasize they are a "smaller company." The game provider will look to further establish its position in the European and global market during this month's EiG conference where they will be exhibiting for the first time.
The company has already debuted in London and Macau, at ICE Totally Gaming and G2E.
The EiG conference in Berlin will serve as a great opportunity for Habanero to present their new games and the delegates at the exhibition will receive bags containing gifts and important details about their latest releases.
Long and other key people in the company remain confident their games will be received well in Europe and they will be able to continue their expansion striking more partnership deals. The Berlin conference will provide a perfect environment for meeting these potential new partners.