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Internet casino game developer Wazdan has announced that they've signed a content deal with Solid Gaming, giving the former an important in-road to the Asian betting market.
The agreement will see Wazdan porting over more than 100 games that they've developed, the majority of which are available on desktop or mobile devices. The games will be offered to Solid Gaming's partner casinos, which are then deployed to punters throughout the Asian region. Solid Gaming works with other developers such as Booongo, Kiron Interactive, Push Gaming, and more.
Wazdan is licensed in multiple jurisdictions, including the United Kingdom, Malta, and Curacao, which allows their products to be distributed throughout the globe. No specific Asian gaming certification is available as of press time, so the group's games won't be officially sanctioned by any government in the region.
Speaking about the deal Wazdan's Sales Manager David Mann noted: "Wazdan's 'Passion for Games' is changing the fundamental concept of slots for a richer player experience and we're seeing major interest in our games ahead of the Macao show, where we will have a full Brand Team present that is looking to engage with the industry across Asia."
Solid Gaming CEO Thomas Nimstad also commented, revealing: "We decided to work with Wazdan because they have been the outstanding breakthrough slots developer over the last couple of years and their technology is changing the gaming experience for the better. We see this new agreement as a strategic fit that significantly strengthens our Asian offering."