Games provider Wazdan is rolling out its slots to even more players in the UK thanks to its latest commercial agreement with Midnite.
Midnite is licensed by the Great Britain Gambling Commission for its sports betting and casino platform, which is now set to benefit from Wazdan’s leading portfolio of slots.
As part of the agreement, the supplier’s games are set to be uploaded in batches of five per week.
The first instalment of games set to go live in the coming weeks include player favourites 9 Coins™, 15 Coins™, 12 Coins™, Moon of Fortune™ and Hot Slot™: 777 Cash Out.
Delivering its engagement-boosting experiences to the operator, Midnite players will soon benefit from renowned mechanics such as Cash Infinity™, Collect to Infinity™, Sticky to Infinity™, Chance Level™, Volatility Levels™ and Hold the Jackpot™.
Andrzej Hyla, CCO at Wazdan, said: “Our latest content agreement sees Wazdan continue its commercial strategy in delivering our engaging experiences to players all across the globe.
“We are thrilled with this latest tie-up with Midnite and given the success of our games in the UK already, we are confident this will be a fruitful partnership for both parties.”
Nick Wright, founder of Midnite, said: “As we strive to deliver the highest-quality experiences to players, we look for partners to help us stand out from the crowd, so Wazdan was a natural new relationship to forge.
“We are confident the provider’s dynamic portfolio of slots will drive traffic to our new platform and help us elevate our standing in the market.”
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