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Game developer Habanero has entered the German regulated online market, having gone live with the social casino Lowen Play.
The two companies are working together with the Lowen brand offering Habanero's suite of table games and video slots, which are free to play. Germany is working to regulate online gambling, bringing real money betting to the country in 2021. These social casinos are being designed with the regulations and rules in mind so that they can offer real money betting with a flip of a switch when it becomes legal.
Habanero has been working to expand their reach throughout the globe, having recently signed on with big-name operators like Lottomatica, Bet365, and Marathonbet.
Commenting on the launch Habanero's Arcangelo Lonoce said, "Germany is set to become one of Europe's most important markets in the coming years, so it's fantastic that our hit games went live on the day its regulatory framework came into effect.
"Our partnership with Löwen Play has been of strong mutual benefit, and we anticipate that the company will continue to go from strength to strength in Germany and beyond."
Lowen Play Digital's managing director Tal Zamstein added: "Habanero's world class portfolio has already been hugely successful with our social casino outlet, so we are thrilled to introduce players to its celebrated real-money catalogue.
"Recent months have seen the studio further strengthen its position among Europe's fastest-growing suppliers, and we have no doubt that it will continue to attract new audiences going forward."