Slots and table games provider Habanero is striving to go “from strength to strength in Latin America,” after adding a commercial tie-up with Slots del Sol to enter the Paraguayan market and deepen its burgeoning footprint in the region.
The company says that it is aiming to build upon “an outstanding 2020,” with a maintained level of growth across Europe and South America during the year pinpointed as a prime ambition.
This latest deal will see the 15-year-old land-based casino’s newly launched online outlet integrate Habanero’s over 170 strong portfolio in its entirety, including games such as Hot Hot Fruit, 5 Lucky Lions and Bird of Thunder.
The supplier’s latest LatAm market entry continues its regional expansion, with its range of titles now live across a number of the continent’s regulated territories through a variety of operators.
Vera Motto, business development executive at Habanero, said of the group’s latest partnership: “We are delighted to sign with Slots del Sol in a deal that sees us go from strength to strength in Latin America with yet another market entry.
“We feel confident that the Paraguay-licensed operator’s new online casino will attract a wide range of different players, and we look forward to introducing them to our fantastic games catalogue.”
Earlier this year, Habanero praised the receipt of a ‘hugely important regulatory milestone’ after the slots and table games provider secured a ‘Critical Gaming Supply Licence’ from the Malta Gaming Authority.
The MGA licence enables the studio to provide its content to Malta-based operators, with a number of brands said to be in line for a series of announcements.