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Wazdan Receives Transactional Waiver in New Jersey

Wazdan, the online casino game developer and provider, is set to expand its global presence when a selection of its games go live in the New Jersey regulated iGaming market.

The company announced that it has received a transactional waiver from the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement to launch some of its titles within the state. It will be the first time that the company’s titles will be available in the US, and Wazdan is already looking at gaining approval in additional states.

The transactional waiver means that locally licensed operators in New Jersey are able to offer players Wazdan titles. Initially, it will be rolling out some of its best performing games, including 9 Lions, Larry the Leprechaun, Sizzling 777 Deluxe, Magic Stars 3, Magic Fruits Deluxe, and Power of Gods: The Pantheon.

Recent months have seen Wazdan working hard to expand its presence across the world. In April, the developer reached a deal with Danish operator 25syv to bring its games to the market. Last year, Wazdan was certified in Colombia enabling it to enter the Latin American market, while it also received certification in Spain.


Andrzej Hyla Wazdan Chief Commercial Officer

New Jersey needs no introduction as a market and we’re thrilled to be able to offer some of our most popular games to operators in the state. With more to come from us in this territory, it’s the first step on a very exciting journey.

Andrzej HylaWazdan Chief Commercial Officer

Wazdan has a portfolio of more than 130 HTML5 slots, table games, and video poker titles. It is known for its exciting features such as Volatility Levels™, Ultra Lite Mode, and Ultra Fast Mode. The company is based in Malta, while it holds licenses from the Malta Gaming Authority, the UK Gambling Commission, the Swedish Gambling Authority, and the Romanian National Gambling Office, amongst others.

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