Wazdan and Relax Enter Content Agreement

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Internet betting technology groups Wazdan and Relax Gaming have announced that they've come to a content supply agreement, with Wazdan's games launching on the Relax platform as a result.

The agreement will see the full suite of Wazdan games being offered on the Relax Silver Bullet platform, which will then be offered to casino operators. Both companies are growing rapidly in 2018, with each one signing on with multiple other groups to help bolster their brands.

Commenting on the agreement Relax Gaming's Chief Product Officer Simon Hammon said, "Wazdan has a reputation for producing games that are popular with players and profitable for operators. Their portfolio of slots would bolster any casino brand. I'm very pleased we can now add them to our offering."

Wazdan's Andrzej Hyla added: "Relax Gaming is a platform that allows Wazdan to reach various Tier 1 operators. This launch is yet another proof of the strength of our slots offering and the team's capacity to develop and deliver the latest in gaming technology. We are now experiencing tremendous growth as a company on the back of producing some of the most innovative slots and technology around. We're delighted to be a part of this."

No timetable for the integration of the games was available as of press time.

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28 August 2018 - 12:25pm

Yeah, one more distribution deal for Wazdan and no doubt they've been doing the greater job in that regard from all the other game developers for the past year, maybe is time for them to also lift the quality of their games too...that would of help to their popularity as well.