Zula Casino signs deal with Casimba Gaming to launch Habanero Games

June 6, 2024
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Players can choose from more than 700 titles through the platform.

Blazesoft’s Zula Casino has signed a partnership deal with Casimba Gaming. Under the terms of the agreement, Casimba Gaming will serve as the company’s newest aggregation partner.

Players now have access to Habanero’s signature slot games, including Laughing Buddha, Disco Beats and Lucky Lucky, all successfully released on Zula Casino’s website. The online casino offers players more than 700 games that include slots, crash, megaways and crash titles.

Along with these games, players will have access to content from Casimba Gaming’s expansive portfolio, featuring titles from more than 95 industry studios.

Zula Casino Program Manager Tamar Laypan said the company is eager to continue building its relationship with Casimba Gaming.

Laypan commented, "We are super thrilled to take our partnership with Casimba Gaming to the next level. We have been working closely alongside their team to bring players the collaboration they've been waiting for.

“With our mutual alignment in transparency and approach towards business, we are confident in providing the best-in-class content supply, backed by a superior tech-stack and account management."

Casimba Gaming Director B2B Lavina Karlsson took a moment to discuss the potential benefits its solution can bring to operators.

She said, "Our state-of-the-art game aggregation platform is packed with thousands of slots, live dealer titles and other verticals from the absolute best studios in the business. We are delighted to have been chosen by Blazesoft to boost its content offering.

"Content is still king. Operators absolutely must offer the widest selection of titles to their players and our aggregator solution allows them to do just that."


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