A provider of high-quality slots and table games to the iGaming casino sector, Habanero Systems, has announced a major distribution deal with Rush Street Interactive (RSI), a US based operator.
RSI is one of the first sportsbooks to launch legitimately in LatAm, but the group is also famous for winning EGR North America “Mobile Operator of the Year” in 2019 and “American Operator of the Year” as well as “Casino Operator of the Year” at the American Gambling Award still in 2019.
A Promising Relationship
As part of the deal, the US-based firm will import 50 games from Habanero, ranging from slots to table games. Future plans include the addition of 170 titles with the group’s social casinos.
Among the forthcoming games are Wealth Inn, Scopa, Techno Tumble and Hey Sushi, plus Three Card Poker Deluxe, Dragon Tiger, and American Blackjack, just to mention a few.
Moreover, the arrangement is unique for allowing Habanero’s gaming suite to reach US audience for the very first time, whereas its Latin America footprint will create a series of major potential international partnerships.
Business development executive at the firm, Vera Motto, remarked on this deal as follows:
“We are thrilled to partner with Rush Street Interactive, a highly acclaimed group with an impressive multi-brand portfolio. We’re honoured to have been selected by an operator with such high standards and see this as testament to our record-breaking expansion over the past year. We look forward to a long and productive relationship together, especially when it comes to the US.”
As per Omar Calvo, general manager at Rushbet, Habanero is a top quality supplier with a world-class gaming suite and the team is happy to collaborate in multiple areas as it continues to expand its footprint in new regions.
“Habanero is a premium quality provider with a widely celebrated product suite, so we are delighted to partner with them as we continue to grow our existing catalogue of games for our players to enjoy.
“The supplier’s innovative slots and table games catalogue fits perfectly with our commitment to offer our players the most exciting mobile playing experience in Latin America, and we look forward to a productive commercial relationship across the Americas,” concludes Calvo.
Making arrangements in Europe too
As part of its worldwide expansion plans, Habanero Systems has additionally announced a deal with the fast growing Italian operator, Signorbet. This company is a member of the renowned Distante Gaming Group, whose portfolio includes over 55 certified slots including Wizards Want War, Knockout Football Rush, Colossal Gems, Egyptian Dreams Deluxe and Loony Blox.
“Partnering with a company as dynamic as Signorbet demonstrates our continued leadership in the Italian market. Signorbet is one of the most exciting rising stars on the market, and this agreement further extends our fantastic portfolio’s impressive European reach,” said Arcangelo Lonoce, head of European business development at Habanero about the brand’s recent content distribution deal.
In June, Habanero launched another significant collaboration with Groove Gaming, who integrated more than 100 classic games from the slot division, plus a variety of table and poker games.