The team at Wazdan are thrilled to confirm receipt of certification to deliver 30 of their top games to eager players and casino partners across Romania.
Marking a significant step forward into the regulated market of Romania, the innovative slot game developer, Wazdan, secured their certification in the first days of March, allowing them to deliver games to players in yet another regulated European country.
This new certification to deliver top-tier Wazdan games in Romania marks the sixth European market now open to Wazdan, with the UK, Sweden, Malta, Lithuania, and Latvia all now secured. And Denmark, Portugal, and Spain all in progress, with confirmations of certification expected to be released later this month.
Since securing the certification in Romania, Wazdan has officially released their top 30 game titles, putting their best foot forward to a highly anticipating crowd of players and partners.
In Romania, operators can now benefit from the fresh content supplied by Wazdan to wow their players and boost their engagement with the Unique Wazdan Features that Wazdan alone offer through their games.
These Unique Wazdan Features allow players to tailor their gameplay to their personal preferences – whether it's speeding up their gameplay with Ultra Fast Mode, adjusting the volatility with their world-first, patented Volatility Levels™, using Ultra Lite Mode, or supersizing the view with Big Screen Mode.
These features are coded into every Wazdan game, including the top 30 released in Romania, which are available through direct integrations, as well as through aggregators such as Playtech, iSoftBet or EveryMatrix, to mention just a few.
Of the new certification, Andrzej Hyla, Head of Sales at Wazdan says: "Receiving certification in Romania is a big win for Wazdan, allowing us to support our partners better and expand our footprint across Europe. We are delighted to offer to Romanian players and operators our pick of the top 30 best Wazdan games to mark this new market and set the foundations for strong relationships to come."