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Wazdan had signed a deal with Solid Gaming

The developer of games for online casinos Wazdan announced they had signed a deal with Solid Gaming, giving it a great potential for enrolling in the Asian betting market.

The deal will allow Wazdan to port over more than 100 games developed by them, most of which can be accessed from desktop or mobile devices. The products will be offered to partner casinos of Solid Gaming, which then be available to players throughout the Asian region. Solid Gaming cooperates with other developers like Booongo, Kiron Interactive, Push Gaming, etc.

Wazdan has licenses in several jurisdictions including the United Kingdom, Malta and Curacao, which allows their products to be offered worldwide. At the time of writing this report there were no specific Asian gaming certifications available, so no regional government would apply sanctions to the games of the company.

Commenting on the deal Wazdan's Sales Manager David Mann said that Wazdan's focusing on games was transforming the basic slot conception for more experienced players and they're expected people to be interested in their products especially at the forefront of Macao's event, where full team of the brand would be present in order to build a connection with the gaming industry of this region.

Thomas Nimstad, Solid Gaming CEO, also commented this issue. He said that they come to decision to cooperate with Wazdan as they had been the significant achievement among slot providers during several previous years, and their development was improving the gaming experience. They believed that new deal would be strategic approach that strengthen their Asian offering.