Habanero expands Latin American growth through deal with VirtualSoft

July 7, 2021

Agreement comes after Habanero received Malta Gaming License.

Slot and table game provider Habanero has announced an agreement to provide VirtualSoft with its line-up of content.  

Habanero’s full portfolio of over 150 games will become available throughout Colombia through platform provider VirtualSoft. These titles include Knockout Football Rush, Hot Hot Fruit and 5 Mariachis.  

This agreement comes as the games developer continues to expand throughout Latin America, a strategy bolstered by their earning of a Malta Gaming License allowing the signing of a number of deals throughout the region.  

Speaking on the agreement José Luis Osorio Betancur, business manager at VirtualSoft said: “Habanero’s premium product offering is a fantastic addition for us, and will undoubtedly help our clients to continue attracting new players on a consistent basis. The developer’s games are of a quality that speaks for itself, so we are delighted to be integrating such a cutting-edge suite of content.”    

Vera Motto, business development executive at Habanero added: “We are thrilled to be teaming up with VirtualSoft, a widely recognised platform provider with an impressive Latin American partnership portfolio. Agreements such as this one are crucial to our roadmap for the future, and we look forward to working alongside the talented team over at VirtualSoft over the coming period.” 

VirtualSoft works as a Colombian-based online betting software provider for operators. Away from online games technology, the company also provides a sports betting platform as well as pre-recorded and live casino content.  

Habanero recently launched their new title Marvellous Furlongs, a game inspired by the annual equestrian sports calendar.


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