Malta-based gaming software provider Wazdan has further extended its reach after signing a content agreement with international gaming and FinTech company, Singular.
Specializing in developing fully customized products tailored to specific local markets, the company boasts a flexible gaming platform, with powerful back-office tools and over 5,000 casino games.
“We are pleased to see Wazdan slot games officially available to Singular’s customers.”
Singular’s more than a decade’s worth of experience with leading operators across various regulated markets will help to extend the award-winning provider’s global footprint, while Wazdan‘s popular slot games will further expand the firm’s content portfolio.
In an official press release, Chief Commercial Officer for Singular, Robert Dowling, commented on the recent content integration deal…
“Wazdan’s content portfolio of innovative casino games that deliver an original, reliable and truly omni-channel player experience will further support our strategic goal to empower clients’ growth through online and offline convergence of players by providing engaging game experience.”
Extensive games library:
The Valetta-headquartered online casino software developer, which kicked off the new year by showcasing nine new games at ICE London 2020, has an impressive library of more than 120 HTML5 slots, video poker games and table games. The firm’s spate of games employs random number generators (RNG) certified by Gaming Laboratories International (GLI), which helps to ensure the integrity of gameplay.
Also commenting on the new agreement, Head of Sales for Wazdan, Andrzej Hyla, added…
“We are pleased to see Wazdan slot games officially available to Singular’s customers. The team are proud and humbled for the confidence Singular has in our technology-packed games, and we look forward to delighting their customers and extending our reach.”
Prior to its latest deal, earlier this month, Wazdan received certification to deliver 30 of its top games to anxiously-awaiting players and casino partners across Romania. The new certification makes a total of six European markets that are now open to the developer, with the UK, Sweden, Malta, Lithuania, and Latvia all having been secured.
In progress are Denmark, Portugal, and Spain, with confirmations of certification expected to be released toward the latter part of March 2020.
“Receiving certification in Romania is a big win for Wazdan, allowing us to support our partners better and expand our footprint across Europe. We are delighted to offer to Romanian players and operators our pick of the top 30 best Wazdan games to mark this new market and set the foundations for strong relationships to come,” remarked Hyla in the company’s press release.