Wazdan pens new partnership with ComeOn

Games producer Wazdan has inked a new deal with ComeOn, which will see them bring a number of new games to a more than 20 of the ComeOn brands.
The partnership, set to go live this month, will provide Wazdan games to brands such as ComeOn and Mobilebet as well as local Nordic hits like Snabbare, Casinostugan and Hajper.
“Here at ComeOn, the player experience is the leading driver for all we do. We keep an ear to the ground for the latest games and trends to ensure that we are consistently delivering on the desires of our customers. We are excited to partner with Wazdan, knowing that they are committed to regularly releasing new, innovative games that push the boundaries of entertainment and deliver truly unique player experiences. We look forward to a long and fruitful partnership,” says Johan Olsen, Casino Product Manager at ComeOn.
ComeOn offers a number of games from revered operators in the iGaming and casino industry, including live sports coverage, betting previews, tips and articles.
“Partnering with ComeOn is another big step for us here at Wazdan as we strengthen our position in key markets with tier 1 operators. ComeOn is a tech-forward organisation and it is humbling that they acknowledge Wazdan as a key producer of tech-rich games that can enhance the experience of their players,” says Andrzej Hyla, Head of Sales at Wazdan.
ComeOn will have access to Wazdan’s more than 110 HTML5 games to offer their players, with popular titles including Magic Stars 3, 9 Lions, Great Book of Magic Deluxe, Magic Target Deluxe, Los Muertos™, Valhalla, the recently released Magic Stars 5, Space Gem™, Juicy Reels and the soon to be launched Larry the Leprechaun, Magic Stars 6, and Space Spins.

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