Wazdan and Caesars Sportsbook enter Ontario with new partnership

April 17, 2023
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Caesars' players will have access to new slots, jackpot and Cash Infinity options.

Wazdan has begun a new partnership with Caesars Sportsbook & Casino (Caesars) to expand both its audience and its scope into the Canadian gambling province of Ontario. The company referred to this partnership as a ‘milestone in the North American market.’

The Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO) granted a licence to Wazdan in May 2022. Earlier this month, Wazdan also partnered with Reevo and in February signed a deal with Play North.  

Bekki D’Agata, Commercial Director at Wazdan, said of the deal, “Our latest partnership is a momentous deal for Wazdan’s North American trajectory, with Caesars Sportsbook & Casino being one of the most celebrated operators in the gaming industry. We are thrilled to bring our innovative slot offering to the Ontario market as we continue to deliver impressive results for operators worldwide.”

Caesars will now have access to Wazdan’s portfolio of slot games, a selection of which have already gone live as part of the partnership, including Magic Spins, Power of Gods and Sizzling Eggs.

Wazdan’s Player Engagement Suite will be available to Caesars’ online customers, who can now use Wazdan’s Cash Infinity, Collect to Infinity, Hold the Jackpot and Sticky to Infinity functions.

Meanwhile, Matthew Sunderland, SVP of iGaming at Caesars Digital, added, “At Caesars Sportsbook & Casino, we pride ourselves on partnering with suppliers that can add value to our current offering. Wazdan, which has quickly generated momentum in the North American market, perfectly matches this criteria and we’re excited to deliver its captivating slot games to our valued customers.”


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