Aspire Global’s Wizard Games has launched its full array of proprietary titles across numerous regulated markets with renowned Scandinavian operator Paf.
Paf’s customers are now able to enjoy leading Wizard Games titles such as Dragons of the North, Wolf Riches and Rumble Rhino Megaways™, as well as latest creations Teddy’s Tavern, 12 Super Hot Diamonds and Jade King.
The operator is licensed in several European markets including Estonia, Spain, Latvia and Sweden and the deal significantly enhances the reach of Wizard Games’ content.
The agreement sees the studio maintain its trajectory to provide greater value to its partners by developing eye-catching and engaging slot games.
Wizard Games aims to combine proven concepts with innovative ideas, delivering the most value-driven iGaming experiences for regulated markets around the world.
Beyond a complete suite of 120 plus high-quality casino games, Wizard Games creates seamless gamification tools and engaging bonus features, based on extensive research and experience, to maximise acquisition and retention rates for operator partners.
Joey Hurtado, Managing Director at Wizard Games, said: “Paf is a market-leader in responsibility and ensuring its customers get the very best experience, and we’re delighted to partner with them.
“Our portfolio brings something fresh and new to the industry and we look forward to working together to further enhance the reach of our content.”
Eric Castro, Head of Content Casino & Games at Paf, added: “Wizard Games is a hugely exciting brand with dynamic themes, exciting math models and an ambitious roadmap so this is a partnership we think aligns perfectly.”
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