January 11, 2023
Wazdan set for an exciting first quarter of the year
Wazdan, the innovative games provider, has outlined its roadmap for the first quarter of 2023, ready to showcase a number of innovative concepts in the coming months.
Following a highly successful growth period in 2022, Wazdan is set to continue this trend with an ambitious plan of action as the new year starts, headlined by the introduction of the Power of Sun™ series through Power of Sun™: Svarog, launched on the 10th of January.
The exciting new launch has already been tipped for success, being shortlisted for the One to Watch Award by SlotsWise.
Wazdan is also going to expand its retro collection of Hot Slot™ games, after proving to be one of its top-performing slot series of 2022.
The provider aims to sustain this popularity into the new year with the inclusion of new retro themes, Scatters and Jackpots in Hot Slot™: 777 Stars. In February, Hot Slot™: 777 Rubies will be introduced, with four jackpots up for grabs and the Magic Respin feature which boosts player engagement. Hot Slot™: Great Book of Magic, Hot Slot™: 777 Cash Out, and Hot Slot™: 777 Coins will also be released in the first quarter of the new year, featuring new mechanics designed to drive revenue growth for Wazdan’s partners.
Finally, Mystery Kingdom™: Mystery Bells slot will be released on March 30th, offering the player-favourite Hold the Jackpot bonus round, Cash Infinity™ mechanic, and a new innovative feature.
All of Wazdan’s upcoming titles will be showcased at the upcoming ICE London conference, held on 7th-9th February. Wazdan will be exhibiting at stand N7-420.
Andrzej Hyla, Chief Commercial Officer at Wazdan said: “We are thrilled to set out our roadmap for the first quarter of the year. After a year of unprecedented commercial success, we feel even more committed to continuing to provide our slot users with an outstanding offering that pushes the boundaries within the industry.
“We are more ready than ever to tackle the year and to mark that we are kicking things off with a bang.”