iSoftbet Signs Content Deal With Wazdan

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Internet betting platform iSoftBet has announced that they've signed a content supply deal with Wazdan, and will begin offering the developer's games on their Game Aggregation Platform as a result.

The software deal will see all of Wazdan's games being added to the GAP platform, which in turn will be offered to casinos in regulated gaming markets. Wazdan has more than 100 games in their library, and with the addition, GAP will have more than 2,000 games in their library.

Commenting on the agreement iSoftBet's Head of Business Development Michael Probert said, "We are constantly looking to grow our product offering with high-quality content, and partnering with Wazdan gives us access to some of the most innovative slots titles created to date. Wazdan's technology and added-value features were a big part of our decision to take the plunge with this amazing portfolio. iSoftBet are proud to be partnered with such an innovative and forward-thinking company, integrating their games and tools into our platform has expanded our game portfolio, making us more competitive."

Wazdan Sales Manager David Mann also commented, noting: "iSoftBet supplies some of the world's largest and most successful e-gaming operators, we are excited Wazdan's portfolio will be available very soon to iSoftBet's operators and look forward to growing the business with our latest innovative games."

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14 March 2018 - 7:32pm
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To be honest not a Wazdan games fan from my experince although didn't try any of them recently, there are so many other better developers that I don't have time and money to waste on them.
Although the deal probably makes sense for iSoftBet who obviously looking to enlarge the offerings trough their platform.