Wazdan makes Balkan debut with MeridianBet
The Agreement sees Wazdan enter the region across three countries
Wazdan, the global supplier of iGaming products, has established a foothold in the Balkans for the first time after partnering with MeridianBet.
The operator, licensed by the MGA, focuses on Serbia, Montenegro and Bosnia, with its customers set to have access to Wazdan’s array of leading titles, including latest Hold the Jackpot hit Power of Gods™: Hades, as well as top-performing Larry the Leprechaun and 9 Lions.
MeridianBet customers will also be able to enjoy Wazdans’ collection of customisable features, including Volatility Levels™, Ultra Fast Mode, Ultra Lite Mode, and Big Screen Mode, as well as the Buy Feature.
The announcement sees yet more expansion for Wazdan, which has enjoyed an impressive commercial run in recent months, entering Greece and signing with Elite24Bet, Odin Services, GrandCasino in Belarus, and Twin Casino, among others.
The Balkans are currently experiencing a boom in iGaming. Most countries in the region have adapted to this shift by creating or updating their regulatory frameworks. Balkans are definitely exciting new frontier of iGaming in Europe.
Radka Bacheva, Head of Sales and Business Development for Balkan and South East Europe at Wazdan, said: “We’re delighted to make our first appearance in the Balkan market with MeridianBet. As an operator with an impressive reach across three major territories, it gives us a real boost as we look to make a statement in this region.
“Our games portfolio continues to add innovative and exciting content to the market, and we look forward to a positive relationship with MeridianBet.”
Milan Djurmez, Head of Online Casino at MeridianBet, said: “Wazdan’s slot offering brings immersive, engaging products to players and we’re very happy to have agreed this deal.
“With a plethora of customisable options for each game, our customers will have a huge range of products available at their fingertips, and we are eager to see how they receive Wazdan’s hits.”