Habanero expands reach in Italy with Blox
Habanero, the premium slots and table games provider, has signed a partnership with Italy-based Blox in a deal that guarantees its position among the territory’s most well-known gaming brands.
The multiple award nominated supplier’s attractive suite of 100+ games will launch with Blox Ltd under the agreement, giving the operator the opportunity to integrate high-performing Habanero hits and present them to its ever-growing audience.
This new partnership sees Blox obtaining access to the exciting casino titles produced by the supplier, such as Scopa, Jump! and Wild Trucks. The company will have the ability to offer Habanero’s world-class content to both players experiencing its B2C brand and the large-scale partnership network that utilises its advanced gaming platform.
Already well-known as being one of Italy’s most famous player favourites, Habanero’s most recent Italian deal further secures its position as one of the jurisdiction’s most eminent suppliers, after comprehensive deals with the likes of Bet365, LeoVegas and Lottomatica.
Arcangelo Lonoce, European head of business development at Habanero, said:
We are delighted to be teaming up with Blox, a company boasting premium quality B2C operations along with a cutting-edge platform servicing an impressive selection of operators. Over the course of 2020, we’ve expanded the appeal of our games amongst a wide variety of players in an international range of regulated markets and plan to continue cementing our tier-one credentials in the year to come – and we look forward to another record-breaking 12 months.
Karl Grech, chief commercial officer at Blox, stated:
Habanero’s celebrated catalogue of games has a proven track-record of popularity across a wide variety of demographics, winning deserved plaudits from voices throughout our industry. For that reason, we are thrilled to join forces with the provider, and have no doubt that its enthralling content portfolio will make for a fantastic addition to our state-of-the-art offering.