Habanero launches Korean nightlife-themed title Soju Bomb

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Slots and table games provider Habanero has announced the launch of its latest party-themed slot, Soju Bomb, which mimics “the joys and thrills of nightlife at some of Korea’s hottest clubs.” 

As part of the Year of the Tiger, Habanero has focused on Asian-themed titles “that provide a truly unique experience for players the world over,” the company wrote. This 5×3 slot provides up to 243 ways to win and offers bar-like interactions “that keep players entertained all night long.”

With the backdrop of a neon-lit bar delivering a real sense of nostalgia, the base game’s soundtrack, fruity symbols and silky animations “will have players wanting to dance the Korean night away,” Habanero expressed.

Toppling all of the shot glasses triggers the Soju Feature, awarding multipliers worth up to 11x the bet and up to 15 Free Games in the feature round. 

Commenting on the release, Toni Karapetrov, Head of Corporate Communications at Habanero, said: “Put on your dancing shoes and enjoy a night to remember in our brand-new release, Soju Bomb! Our newest slot delivers an experience that our more mature players are guaranteed to enjoy, with Korea’s rich nightlife culture shining through and adding a real sense of variety to our offering.”

This year, Habanero took home the Game Innovation award at the 2022 edition of  CasinoBeats Games Developer Awards. The MGA-licensed studio has also been shortlisted for multiple EGR Awards, including Slot Supplier of the year at the EGR B2B Awards earlier in the year, as well as the EGR Italy Awards, held in Rome in October.


Toni Karapetrov

Additionally, Habanero has continued to reinforce its position worldwide by securing deals with the likes of 888Casino, Codere, Betway and LeoVegas.

Back in September, the company released another Asian-themed slot called Taiko Beats, a Japanese-inspired game that ‘prepares players for a rhythm-fueled festival.’

The title is played out on a 5×3 format as well, featuring an authentic soundtrack, complete with a theme inspired by the tradition of Japanese Taiko drumming, but with ‘a modern twist.’




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