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Internet betting group Wazdan has announced that they've signed a content supply deal with iGaming Platform and will begin offering their games to the gaming platform as a result.
The agreement will see all of Wazdan's games being ported over to iGaming Platform, which will then distribute the games to betting sites. iGaming Platform recently inked a content deal with Tom Horn, and appears to be growing at a rapid pace. Wazdan has put out dozens of video slots over the years, while also dishing out a small amount of video poker and specialty games.
iGaming Platform currently doles out their games to more than 250 betting sites, and the company appears poised to add more sites moving forward.
Commenting on the deal Wazdan's Andrzej Hyla said, "Game Hub has some of the biggest developers in the world on their platform and we feel that our games enhance the platform, we are proud to be part of this high-level array of outstanding games. We are delivering on our mission to become one of the world's leading games suppliers through partnerships with prestigious industry names like iGP."
iGaming Platform Head of Sales Phil Pearson also commented, noting: "Working with Wazdan was an easy choice to make. Their level of expertise for such a new company, their technical ability, their range of slots and their overall feel of a company made this a priority add for me in 2018. David Mann, Wazdan's Sales Manager, was a pleasure to speak with, and even tricky commercial and compliance potholes were navigated smoothly and efficiently. With the success of their slot launches on other sites, we feel that by adding Wazdan to the GameHub family, we can grow mutually to achieve great market share and overall success. I look forward to getting the games live and hitting our "Magic Target" of a great relationship."