Casino slots developer Wazdan has built upon what has already been a busy month, as Nektan enhances it content distribution offering alongside the firm.
Having already signed a number of deals alongside SoftSwiss, Chippy Software and BetConstruct, in addition to officially launching its big screen mode feature, Wazdan is now integrating its full slots portfolio to the E-Lite B2B content aggregation platform of the gaming technology firm.
Andrzej Hyla, Head of Sales at Wazdan, said of the new partnership: “We’re delighted to be integrating our games onto the E-Lite platform from Nektan, which will fast-track our efforts to expand Wazdan’s global reach.
“The integration process with Nektan was quick, seamless and efficient. We look forward to an exciting and fruitful partnership with Nektan.”
Under the terms of the deal Wazdan’s portfolio of more than 110 HTML5 slots has been integrated onto Nektan’s B2B content distribution platform, including latest releases Space Gem and Magic Stars 5, as well as popular titles Magic Stars 3, 9 Lions, Great Book of Magic Deluxe and Los Muertos.
Nektan stresses that via this latest agreement, the variety of premium games that it can now offer to its operator partners has greatly increased, supplementing the third-party providers it has at its disposal.
Jane Ryan, chief operating officer of B2B at Nektan, added: “Partnering with Wazdan is an important move for us, as we continue to enhance our games offering with content from the industry’s most innovative games providers.
“Through its innovative approach to games development, Wazdan slots will help to diversify the games available through our content distribution platform, E-Lite, and we’re sure they will appeal to our network of global operators and their players.”
Earlier this week Nektan reported surging revenues and positive EBITDA, as it published its results for the six months to December 31, 2018
Revenue in the period jumped 48 per cent year on year, and 17.6 per cent versus the six months to June 30, 2018.
Adjusted EBITDA came in at £336,000, up from a £916,000 loss in the first half of the year, with Nektan attributing the turnaround to increased revenues and resulting business efficiencies.
Much of the gains came from higher margins in Nektan’s B2B division, with ten partners live by the end of December 2018.