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The agreement will see all of Wazdan's games being offered on the platform, which will then be distributed to the group's casino partners. There will be more than 110 games being ported over, with new games added as they're developed. Nektan had a good 2018, and they're looking to continue that trend in 2019 as they sign additional software developers to beef up their product offering.
Nektan's Jane Ryan spoke about the deal, noting: "Partnering with Wazdan is an important move for us as we continue to enhance our games offering with content from the industry's most innovative games providers.
"Through its innovative approach to games development, Wazdan slots will help to diversify the games available through our content distribution platform, E-Lite, and we're sure they will appeal to our network of global operators and their players."
Wazdan's Head of Sales Andrzej Hyla added: "We're delighted to be integrating our games onto the E-Lite platform from Nektan, which will fast-track our efforts to expand Wazdan's global reach.
"The integration process with Nektan was quick, seamless and efficient. We look forward to an exciting and fruitful partnership with Nektan."
The games are being integrated now and will be available in the immediate future at Nektan's partner casinos.