Wazdan, the innovative games provider, has further strengthened its position in the Romanian regulated market after taking its games live with two Crowd Entertainment brands, Princess Casino and CashPot.
The Romanian-facing operator currently has access to 41 Wazdan titles across both brands, including the hugely popular Larry the Leprechaun and 9 Lions as well as recent additions Clover Lady™ and Unicorn Reels, both of which utilise Wazdan’s thrilling Hold the Jackpot mechanic.
Crowd Entertainment’s players will also be able to use all Unique Wazdan Features, such as Volatility Levels™, Ultra Fast Mode, Big Screen Mode and Ultra Lite Mode, as well as Wazdan Special Features like Unique Gamble Feature, Energy Saving Mode and the Buy Feature, allowing players to access desired bonus rounds, including the Hold the Jackpot bonus, at any time. All these features can be customised by players to create a unique gaming experience, exclusively on Wazdan slots.
The agreement also comes with the ability to include Wazdan’s promotional tool, Cash Drop, which rewards players with random cash prizes, free spins and more.
Wazdan’s latest commercial expansion follows swiftly on the heels of the supplier’s Denmark entry with 25syv as the company looks to continue to grow in regulated territories worldwide.
Andrzej Hyla, Chief Commercial Officer at Wazdan, said:
“We’re focused on growing with partners that align with our goals and are delighted to expand with two brands in Romania. Our product range offers plenty of diversity through innovative mechanics and we’re looking forward to enjoying a strong relationship with Crowd Entertainment for the foreseeable future.”
Daniela Asaftei, CRM Marketing Manager at Crowd Entertainment, said:
“We are delighted to start this collaboration with Wazdan. As the fastest growing online casino on the Romanian market, we at Crowd Entertainment are always striving to offer the newest slots, the greatest promotions and the best user experience to our players. Together with Wazdan, we are confident that we can reach the highest level of performance.”