Online casino content supplier Wazdan this week announced that it has partnered online casino software provider Singular in a move that will see the former deliver its games to expand the latter’s already hefty casino titles portfolio.
Singular boasts more than 10 years of experience working with tier one online gaming operators across a number of regulated markets.
The company specializes in the creation and delivery of solutions for the iGaming industry. It manages a flexible and comprehensive online gaming platform that currently includes more than 7,000 casino games from a number of major developers and suppliers.
Wazdan’s partnership with Singular will enable the content provider to expand its presence across new and existing regulated markets.
Wazdan’s gaming library currently contains more than 120 HTML5 casino games, including slots, table games, and video poker titles. The supplier’s content uses RNG certified by Gaming Laboratories International to ensure that gameplay is delivered in a reliable, fair, and secure manner.
News about Wazdan’s partnership with Singular emerge just days after the content supplier announced that it has received the necessary certification to provide 30 of its best performing games to operator partners servicing gambling customers in Romania’s regulated iGaming market.
Romania became the latest new market Wazdan has been able to enter as part of its strategy to grow its regulated market presence. In early January, the company celebrated its Hungarian debut.
Looking Forward to Delighting Customers
Commenting on their latest partnership, Wazdan Head of Sales Andrzej Hyla said that they are pleased to see the company’s slot titles officially available to Singular’s customers and that the team is “proud and humbled” for the confidence their new partner has in their “technology-packed games”.
Mr. Hyla also noted that they are looking forward to “delighting [Singular’s] customers and extending our reach.”
Singular Chief Commercial Officer Robert Dowling said that Wazdan’s content portfolio of innovative titles that deliver “an original, reliable, and truly omni-channel player experience” will further support their strategic goal to empower the growth of their clients through “online and offline convergence of players by providing engaging game experience.”
Last month, Wazdan announced a similar partnership with Salsa Technology, formerly Patagonia Entertainment. The deal enabled Wazdan to integrate its slots portfolio to Salsa’s Game Aggregation Platform and gain access to lucrative Latin American and Asian iGaming markets, in which Salsa boasts significant presence.
Aside from its latest expansion moves, Wazdan’s content is also certified or licensed in the United Kingdom, Sweden, Malta, Lithuania, and Latvia. The company awaits certifications in Denmark, Portugal, and Spain and expects to receive confirmation for those from the competent regulators of the three countries by the end of the month.