Wazdan and Rabbit Entertainment in Content Deal

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Internet casino game developer Wazdan has announced that they've signed a content deal with Rabbit Entertainment, a casino operator that's based out of Malta.

The agreement will see Wazdan's games added to the Rabbit platform, which is used to power white label solutions to clients. The company's white label casinos include table games, slots, video poker, keno, and live dealer games. With the addition of Wazdan titles, you'll get more than 100 slots, including the company's most popular games Highway to Hello, Fruits Go Bananas, and Fruit Mania Deluxe.

Commenting on the deal Wazdan's Andrzej Hyla said, "It has been an action-packed year as Wazdan continues to build upon the significant progress we have already made. We are delighted to sign this agreement with Rabbit Entertainment, which was only made possible by the hard work of the most dedicated and talented team in igaming. Our focus remains on becoming the world's leading slots game producer and to continue our growth trajectory off the back of these great deals with wonderful companies like Rabbit Entertainment."

Rabbit Entertainment's Sara Klimper also commented, noting: "Wazdan is making a name for themselves in the igaming space and has delivered some extraordinary slots titles together with outstanding technology that's attractive to operators and players. We are very pleased to bring their content to Lapalingo.com and we look forward to building a long and mutually beneficial partnership."

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23 August 2018 - 12:59pm
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Probably Wazdan have been the most busy casino games developer in terms of spreading their games and signing a partnership deals like that one.
I guess this is the right way of increasing your business and surely they'll benefit from all that in future.

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24 August 2018 - 11:19am
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That's really true. Wazdan has been signing new content deals with most partners and it looks like it's only giving them more attention and more deals. Well done!