Casino slots developer Wazdan has agreed a content supply partnership with Microgaming, following a similar such deal made alongside Rabbit Entertainment earlier in the week.
Under the terms of the deal Wazdan states that it is to ensure that its “very best titles” are to be made available to “Microgaming’s extensive customer base,” which stretches to in excess of 800 global gaming brands.
It’s prior deal detailed that titles are to first be featured upon the Malta Gaming Authority licensed Lapalingo, before being rolled out to Lord Lucky and the recently relaunched Elcarado over the coming weeks.
Andrzej Hyla, head of sales at Wazdan, explained: “This deal with Microgaming is a significant win for us here at Wazdan, and we are excited about the potential growth and exposure for our business.
“We are pleased that Microgaming has acknowledged the quality and player demand for our tech-rich games. It is an honour to be working with one of the largest, most respected suppliers in the industry.”
Wazdan states that the agreement with the Isle of Man-based casino software developer also contains its “secret weapon,” which comes in the form of a variety of features.
Emphasising that it gives titles “a high-tech richness,” they include volatility levels, energy saving mode, double screen mode, ultra lite mode, ultra fast mode, big screen mode and a unique gamble feature.
Suitable for desktop, tablet and mobile, and promising a steady stream of new releases each month, Wazdan’s portfolio comes complete with in excess of 110 HTML5 slot games.
James Buchanan, director of global operations at Microgaming, added: “We are delighted to add Wazdan to the growing list of skilled developers supplying content to our customers.
“Wazdan were chosen for their proven ability to create innovative slots that engage and entertain players, and they fit in perfectly with our strategy of bringing diverse and trusted content to market.”