Wazdan, a Malta-based games provider, has further expanded its footprint in Switzerland following a partnership with mycasino by Grand Casino Luzern.
The agreement will see the supplier’s entire portfolio of games go live in batches on Swiss market leader mycasino.ch, throughout the early portion of 2023.
The first Wazdan title is already live on the casino, the popular ‘9 Burning Dragons’, as it continues to expand across the regulated European market.
The integration has been completed by PAF, marking the fifth jurisdiction Wazdan has entered via the global operator.
Bekki D’Agata, commercial director at Wazdan, said: “Switzerland is a massive market of focus for us, and we’re delighted to partner with one of its pre-eminent casino institutions, Grand Casino Luzern.
“Our product portfolio has been well received by the Swiss community, and we’re looking forward to our entire offering being rolled out in the coming months.”
Wolfgang Bliem, CEO of Grand Casino Luzern AG, said: “Wazdan’s portfolio combines innovative mechanics and bold graphical styles, and we’re very pleased to expand our online casino range with its games.”
Diemo Kastner, online casino director of mycasino.ch, added: “We’re always searching for cutting-edge content that will be a point of differentiation for us, and Wazdan brings innovative titles as well as a fantastic engagement-boosting suite of tools, and we can’t wait to see how they are received by our players.”
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