November 28, 2022
Wazdan agrees a deal with SYNOT Interactive
Wazdan, the innovative games provider, has significantly boosted its offering in Serbia and Montenegro after agreeing a content deal with SYNOT Interactive.
The deal will see SYNOT Interactive distribute Wazdan’s portfolio of over 150 unique and exciting titles to its robust list of operators via its aggregation platform, further expanding Wazdan’s reach across regulated markets.
This includes blockbuster hits like 9 Coins™, Magic Spins™, Sun of Fortune, and Fortune Reels, as well as the developer’s heavily lauded Power of Gods™ and Hot Slot™ series.
The company’s flagship engagement-boosting features, including Hold the Jackpot™, Cash Infinity™, Sticky to Infinity™, Collect to Infinity™, and Volatility Levels™ will also be distributed via the aggregator.
The developer’s wares are already live with Maxbet.rs and Maxbet.me. Wazdan’s games are certified and approved by a wide range of gaming authorities, and the supplier is confident this number will increase in the near future.
The new partnership marks the latest step in Wazdan’s continued global expansion following a range of major deals in Europe, including having gone live with Betsson brand StarCasino in Italy recently.
Radka Bacheva, Head of Sales and Business Development for Balkan and SE Europe at Wazdan, said: “We’re delighted to see our games distributed through SYNOT Interactive and already live with a top-class operator like Maxbet, which is known for playing host to some of the best and most memorable online slots the industry has to offer.
“To have our top-class games alongside them for players to enjoy is brilliant, and we couldn’t be more excited to see this partnership with SYNOT Interactive evolve.”
Pavel Mikeš, Project Manager at SYNOT Interactive said: “Wazdan has made some huge strides in Europe and across the globe thanks to its comprehensive content offering. The developer has an in-depth understanding of what players react to and we’re delighted to be distributing its tier-one games.”