Developer Wazdan Announces ‘Major’ Content Agreement With Buzz Bingo
Popular game developer Wazdan has announced a content agreement with online bingo website Buzz Bingo.
Under the “major” agreement, Wazdan has launched its entire portfolio of slots with the Buzz Bingo website, allowing registered users at the bingo and casino website to enjoy Wazdan content. Some of the games that have been made available at Buzz Bingo include Unicorn Reels, Burning Stars 3, Sun Of Fortune, Clover Lady, the recently released Prosperity Pearls, and the hugely popular Larry The Leprechaun and 9 Lions slots.
In addition to receiving the slots, users at Buzz Bingo can enjoy Wazdan’s special features, which include customisable Volatility Levels, Ultra Fast Mode, Big Screen Mode, a Buy Feature, Energy Saving Mode, and plenty more, most of which was designed for mobile devices.
Andrzej Hyla, the Chief Commercial Officer at Wazdan, said in a statement: “Buzz Bingo is an incredibly well-known brand throughout the UK and we’re very pleased to confirm this partnership. Our games portfolio continues to grow in popularity, accentuated by our innovative features, and we can’t wait to enjoy a positive relationship with Buzz Bingo going forward.”
Kieron Shaw, the Digital Operations Manager at Buzz Group, added: “We strive to deliver the very best slots content for our players at buzzbingo.com, so we are delighted to have signed this agreement with Wazdan. We’re incredibly excited to share Wazdan games with our players, the sound and art design is second to none and with the vast majority of our players choosing to visit us on their mobile devices, features such as Ultra Lite Mode will ensure they have the very best experience regardless of device or connection.”
The news comes after Wazdan gained approval to launch in New Jersey after receiving a transactional waiver from the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement (NJDGE). The approval comes after Wazdan struck several other agreements with Crowd Entertainment brands and Denmark’s 25SYV, plus so much more.
Pragmatic Play Launches Virtual Games With BPlay
Meanwhile, developer Pragmatic Play has extended an existing content agreement with BPlay to boost its player reach in Santa Fe in Argentina and in Paraguay.
Under the extended agreement, Pragmatic Play will launch its entire selection of virtual sports content with BPlay in the South American countries. The games to launch include Penalty Shootout, Fantastic League, Force 1, Horse Racing, and Greyhound Racing too.
Victor Arias, the Vice President of Latin American Operations at Pragmatic Play, said in a statement: “We’re very pleased to strengthen our relationship with BPlay further, taking our virtual sports offering live in Santa Fe province as well as in Paraguay. With so many markets offering interesting opportunities, we’re eager to embrace every chance for growth out there and look forward to bringing our products live to players across LatAm.”
Javier Samel, the Operations Manager at BPlay, added: “Pragmatic Play has an extremely strong multi-product offering and we’re very pleased to take its virtual sports vertical live with our players in all the jurisdictions where we operate. It further strengthens our ties with the supplier and we look forward to achieving even more together.”
The news comes as Pragmatic Play continues to strike content agreements to expand its player reach. Last week, the developer launched its live casino games with Peruvian gambling operator Doradobet, and before that struck agreements with Juega En Linea, 32Red, Jogos Da Sorte, Jazz Gaming, Kaizen Jogos, RGT, LuckyDays, GGPoker, White Hat Gaming, Novibet, Estelarbet, BetPlay, and so many others too.
In addition to forming content partnerships, Pragmatic Play has also been releasing new games too, including The Magic Cauldron – Enchanted Brew, Cash Elevator, Phoenix Forge, The Amazing Money Machine, Hold And Spin: Floating Dragon, Wild Booster, Juicy Fruits, Temujin Treasures, Fishin’ Reels, and numerous others.
LeoVegas Joins Netherlands Online Gambling Association
Also this week, popular online casino LeoVegas has joined the Netherlands Online Gaming Association (NOGA).
According to GamblingInsider, NOGA is an organisation aiming to represent the majority of online gambling firms operating in the Dutch market when it launches on October 1st. The organisation has said operators should join to ensure they offer customer protection, responsible gambling, and equal chances at winning.
Peter-Paul de Goeij, the NOGA Managing Director, said in a statement: “We are absolutely thrilled with this news. LeoVegas is a well-recognised and appreciated brand, it has a great track record and brings swathes of knowledge and experience to NOGA, which it in turn can offer to and share with the local gambling industry.
“Like the other members of NOGA, LeoVegas takes consumer protection and responsible gambling extremely seriously, and leads the way with initiatives like LeoCare. We look forward to closely working together with them to the greater good of the Dutch gambling market.”
Daniel Valiollahi, the Director of Communication and Public Affairs at LeoVegas, added: “We are looking forward to the Dutch market, finally, introducing local licenses that will ensure fair competition and high consumer protection. LeoVegas’ corporate strategy is to grow in locally regulated markets, and as such we believe in well-represented and well-respected trade organisations such as NOGA to be a constructive speaking partner, ensuring Dutch re-regulation is successful.”
Last month, LeoVegas launched its new Blue Guru Games development studio, which will design exclusive games for LeoVegas and provide them to other operators. As we reported, the first few games by Blue Guru Games will release later this year and the studio is aiming to release 20 games within the next 24 months.