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Habanero Signs Deal With Vulkan Vegas
Habanero, one of the online casino industry’s leading content developers for a wide array of desktop and mobile games, has signed an agreement with well respected online casino Vulkan Vegas, the companies announced. The deal comes amidst an explosion in the popularity of mobile casino games which has brought increased competition to the market.
In a statement released by Habanero, Head of Sales Daniel Long expressed optimism that integrating Vulkan Vegas’ extensive library of games will give the company an edge with players all around the globe.
“We’re delighted to have signed up with Vulkan Vegas and are very hopeful that it will be a fruitful partnership for both parties. Our slots are popular with players in markets all over the world now, and I’m sure theirs will enjoy both our proven performers and the new content we have in production too,” he said.
Data; Future Collaboration Key For Vulkan Vegas
Vulkan Vegas is one of the fastest growing online casinos on the internet, and already boasted a huge library of games before signing the deal with Habanero. The addition of popular Habanero titles such as The Dead Escape, Panda Panda, and Bird of Thunder will give even more depth to that lineup.
In addition, Vulkan Vegas also expressed its interest in Habanero’s ability to generate better data about players as a key factor in the decision to enter into a deal. In the future, the casino will be able to use this model to understand its player base better in the hopes of offering more targeted and interesting experiences to them.
“It is very important to provide varied themes and maths models, and there is great depth and breadth in Habanero’s content that gives us great options,” the company said in its statement about the new agreement.