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Casino software designer Habanero Systems has announced that they've signed a distribution deal with Game Account Network and will provide their games to the aggregate platform of the latter.
The deal will see all of Habanero's slots, table games, and video poker machines being ported to GAN's platform, which will then be offered to casino partners. Habanero has 102 slots on offer, including the likes of Mount Mazuma, Nuwa, Cake Valley, and more. The company also has 10 video poker machines and 13 table games, which include War, Caribbean Stud, and Roulette.
This agreement will give Habanero an opportunity to expand their operations into the growing Italian market, where the company also holds a license.
Speaking about the deal Habanero's Arcangelo Lonoce noted: "GAN work with Italy's biggest and most successful operators and will play an influential part in our growth.
"Italy is a hugely important market for us, and our varied portfolio is proving to be a hit with players throughout the country. We are delighted and look forward to expanding our footprint further."
GAN's Paolo Traina added: "Working with leading operators in Italy means we need the very best content and there's no denying the quality of Habanero's portfolio.
"Their portfolio is hugely diverse and sure to appeal to a broad spectrum of players. We look forward to working with Habanero as both partners look to engage more players and grow their brands."