Wazdan Enhances iGaming Presence in Netherlands through Collaboration with Bingoal
Wazdan, a creative iGaming casino provider, has broadened its influence in the Netherlands by partnering with Bingoal.
With over twenty years of industry experience, Bingoal offers a variety of online and land-based sports betting and casino products. Through this partnership, Bingoal will gain access to Wazdan’s extensive slots portfolio.
In accordance with the agreement, Wazdan will gradually release its games over the coming months. The initial collection has already been integrated into Bingoal’s offerings, allowing players to experience popular Wazdan titles such as 9 Coins™ 1000 Edition, 9 Lions, Black Horse™ Deluxe, Burning Stars 3™, Burning Sun™, 9 Burning Dragons, and 9 Burning Stars™.
Subsequently, a group of six games, featuring some of Wazdan’s top-performing titles, will be launched.
This new alliance grants Bingoal players the opportunity to utilize Wazdan’s well-known engagement-enhancing mechanics, including Cash Infinity™, Hold the Jackpot, Collect to Infinity™, and Sticky to Infinity™.
Since obtaining its Dutch licensing certificate in March 2022, Wazdan has made significant strides in the region, most notably through a multi-brand agreement with Play North.
Andrzej Hyla, Chief Commercial Officer at Wazdan said, “We are delighted to now count Bingoal as our latest Dutch partner as we take some of our new releases and most popular games to its players.
“The deal allows us to continue delivering our engagement-boosting games across regulated European markets and fulfil our commercial vision.”
Dany Salmon, Casino Product Manager at Bingoal added, “At Bingoal we strive towards collaborating with innovative suppliers to provide our players the highest-quality casino game offering, our latest partnership with Wazdan is a testament to this.
“The provider has developed a strong reputation for its excellent gaming content combining innovative features with imaginative themes. We look forward to seeing our players’ reactions.”