Wazdan Announces Dynamic Q1 2024 Game Line-Up

Wazdan, a notable games provider in the igaming industry, has revealed an ambitious plan for the first quarter of 2024, highlighting a series of new additions to its already robust games portfolio.

The upcoming quarter will see the expansion of Wazdan’s Extremely Light series, which is a part of its acclaimed Hot Slot™ series. Known for balancing energy efficiency with high entertainment value, these titles have made a significant impact in making igaming more accessible. The new releases in this series include Hot Slot™: 777 Stars Extremely Light launching on January 10th, Hot Slot™: 777 Rubies Extremely Light on February 21st, and Hot Slot™: 777 Crown Extremely Light set for April 3rd.

Additionally, Wazdan plans to capitalize on the success of its popular Coin franchise, which has been well-received by players. The company intends to sustain this growth with the introduction of 25 Coins™ on January 26th, 15 Coins™ Grand Gold Edition on March 6th, and 16 Coins™ Grand Gold Edition on March 27th.

Rounding out the Q1 2024 roadmap are the releases of Mighty Fish™: Blue Marlin on February 27th and Mighty Symbols™: Sevens on April 9th. These games will incorporate Wazdan’s unique game mechanics and the Freedom of Choice™ feature, allowing players to tailor the gameplay experience to their liking.

This ambitious roadmap underscores Wazdan’s commitment to expanding its presence in the igaming market and continuing to offer innovative and player-focused gaming experiences.

Andrzej Hyla, Chief Commercial Officer at Wazdan, said: “As we round off what has been a phenomenally successful year, Wazdan is already gearing up for further expansion and continued commercial growth.

“In the New Year, we will enhance our portfolio and continue to deliver innovative games to our partners. This includes expanding our Extremely Light collection with new Hot Slot titles, new additions to our Coins franchise, and of course, brand new titles delivering dynamic player experiences.”

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