Content from slots and tables games developer Habanero is now live on the websites of leading online operator Tempobet.
The provider’s full portfolio of video slots titles has been made available to the operator’s customers across a wide range of desktop and mobile devices.
Among the games available will be their most recent release The Dead Escape, as well as popular titles Panda Panda, Bird of Thunder, and Fire Rooster.
Daniel Long, head of sales at Habanero, said: “We are delighted to agree a deal with Tempobet and are very confident our portfolio of immersive titles will keep players fully-entertained.
“This deal marks yet another major step in our progression as a supplier and we look forward to forming a successful partnership with Tempobet as we both push towards a common goal.”
Tim Peters, CEO at Tempobet, added: “We are always looking to offer players the industry’s most engaging titles and that’s what we have achieved by partnering with Habanero.
“Their HTML5 games are some of the best around and we are certain our players will be thrilled with their offering as we continue to grow our product range.”
Habanero currently operate a stable of 76 video slots titles, 10 table games, and 50 video poker titles, which are integrated into over 45 operators and aggregators and available in 21 European and Asian languages.
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