Wazdan, the Malta-based global supplier of iGaming products, has expanded its commercial footprint in Europe after partnering with OktagonBet.
The deal marks Wazdan’s second operator partner in the Serbian market. OktagonBet customers have access to all of the supplier’s products, including Power of Gods™: Hades, Larry the Leprechaun, and the full collection of Hold the Jackpot titles.
The agreement is yet another milestone step for Wazdan, which has signed deals with MeridianBet, Elite24Bet, and Twin Casinos in recent months, among others.
Alongside the leading games portfolio, Wazdan will also be supplying its Unique Wazdan Features, including the enhanced Volatility Levels™, as well as Ultra Fast Mode, Ultra Lite Mode, and Big Screen Mode, all of which give players the chance to customise the product to suit their needs and preferences.
Radka Bacheva, head of sales and business development for Balkan and SE Europe at Wazdan, said: “Our product offering continues to gain plaudits, and we’re delighted to take our comprehensive portfolio live with OktagonBet.
“Expansion throughout Europe has been a priority for us and this is another exciting chance to show players the power of both our mechanics and our additional features, all of which combine for a fantastic slot adventure.”
On the part of OktagonBet, Marija Petrovic, executive assistant and online casino, said: “Wazdan’s top-performing collection of innovative games stands out in the market, through both the detailed graphics and landscapes and the engaging mechanics and math models.
“Looking to expand our casino offering is also important for us, and we’re very hopeful about the potential of this partnership.”
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