Wazdan extends New Jersey reach via PlayStar partnership

December 19, 2023
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The two will offer Wazdan games through an integration with Light & Wonder.

Game provider Wazdan has partnered with PlayStar to further expand its presence in New Jersey. Under the terms of the agreement, Wazdan will integrate its games via Light & Wonder’s platform.

PlayStar players around the Garden State will gain access to a variety of Wazdan games through the integration. These include 9 Coins, Sun of Fortune, Hot Slot: Mystery Jackpot Joker, Sizzling Kingdom: Bison, Magic Spins and Power of Gods: Hades.

Wazdan has signed deals with several notable companies to bring its content to New Jersey. In addition to its agreement with PlayStar, the company currently partners with DraftKings, Rush Street Interactive and Tipico.

Wazdan CCO Andrzej Hyla said that the company is eager to gain another partner in the Garden State.

Hyla commented, “Our growth in New Jersey has been extremely positive for us and we’re delighted to be partnering with our latest operator in the state.

“Our engaging, immersive content has proven to be a hit with players and we’re looking forward to delivering even further great experiences to end users.”

PlayStart COO Dan Alexander echoed similar sentiments and noted that the company believes its customer base will enjoy Wazdan’s titles.

He said in closing, “We’re thrilled to partner with Wazdan, which has emerged as a leading provider of titles across New Jersey. Facilitated by Light & Wonder, it’s been a seamless integration period and we’re confident our players will love Wazdan games.”

PlayStar launched in New Jersey last fall, with a goal of “challenging the industry with a focus on personalization, engagement and customer experience.”

To celebrate a full year of operation in New Jersey, the company recently offered Garden State players access to several daily prizes, as well as the chance to win a $5,000 cash prize.


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