Online and land-based casino games developer Habanero has signed a deal with Isle of Man-based content aggregator, The Gaming Platform (TGP).

As part of the agreement, the quality table games and slots supplier is set to provide TGP access to its entire product library of HTML5 games for all of the company’s partner operators.

Soon to go live on TGP are popular Habanero favorites such as Bird of Thunder, Fire Rooster and Panda Panda, in addition to one of the game developer’s latest titles, The Dead Escape and its newest release, Scruffy Scallywags.

Habanero Head of Sales, Daniel Long, said, “This latest deal further expands our reach and the number of operators who can access our games. It also demonstrates the broad appeal of our engaging games to operators in all territories. Long went on to say that the partnership with TGP has laid the framework for the company to work with more casinos than it has ever before. He said that they look forward to a “long-standing relationship with them.”

TGP Chief Executive Officer Charles Hwang, said, “We’re extremely excited about the prospect of offering Habanero’s HTML5 games to our partners. “They’ve built up a reputation for developing high quality, immersive games, and we’re sure they will become a hit with our customers.”

The agreement is on the heels of Habanero’s with Malta’s iGamingPlatform Ltd in June and BBIN, the leading iGaming supplier in Asia, early in August.

Using HTML5 exclusively, Habanero operates over 80 slot games, 10 table games and 10 video poker games, which are integrated into more than 45 operators and aggregators in 21 European and Asian languages.

Habanero inks content deal with TGP was last modified: September 12th, 2017 by K Morrison