Tue, Jan 8, 1:14pm by Staff Writer
Poker machine maker Wazdan has announced a new partnership with The Gaming Platform (TGP) Asia that will take its product into the Asian markets.
TGP has evolved in recent years to recognise that the right partnerships are integral to success.
Their mantra is to provide a flexible and dynamic gaming platform for its business partners.
Wazdan has been making waves for its innovative slots, winning the Hot Product Award at G2E Asia with its product 9 Lions that got the company noticed in the Far East.
— Henrik Piski (@hpiski) May 17, 2018
In November, at SiGMA, the company launched two new features: Ultra Lite Mode and Ultra Fast Mode, adding another layer of excitement and fun for players.
The chief executive officer of TGP Asia Charles Hwang said: “Wazdan has a buzz about them and the prospect of offering their complete portfolio of the latest HTML5 games to our partners was irresistible.”
Mr Hwang went on to say that Wazdan has “a growing reputation for developing high-quality technology and wickedly immersive games and that’s what players on the move want today. We believe this will give Wazdan the traction they need in Asia.”
According to its own website, TGP works flexible according to the needs of its partners, which include existing operators with or without a license.
They offer an all encompassing gaming package that includes a sports book, mobile sports book, casino games, income access management tools and microgaming.
Their sports book platform was the winner of an EGR B2B Award for Innovation with customers able to enjoy a wide range of in-play live betting, sports types, league and bet types.
TGP has produced thousands of proven table games, slots, video poker and instant games through its integrations with Amaya and MultiSlot such as DC Comic’s Superman.
Wazdan are also relishing the chance to work with an industry leader with head of sales Andrzej Hyla saying: “Asia makes up almost 60 per cent of the world’s population and we see that our games fit well to that marketplace.”
“The deal with TGP Asia ensures we have a significant presence within the region whilst catering to the growing demands of the online gambling communities in Asia,” Mr Hyla said.
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