Softswiss and Vibra Gaming have struck an alliance as the latter inks a global content distribution deal to see its products expand across the globe.

Wazdan has seen 30 titles from its burgeoning slots suite become certified for the Belarusian market, as the supplier affirms that it looks forward “to making big strides” in the region.

The provider’s complete collection of ‘Hold the Jackpot’ games has been certified, including latest releases Midnight in Tokyo and Fortune Reels. 

Furthermore, players within the Belarusian region will also be able to play titles such as 9 Lions, Larry the Leprechaun, Telly Reels, Choco Reels, and Black Horse Deluxe. 

Only land-based casino operators in Belarus can apply for an online licence in the country, and all licensees now have the opportunity to offer Wazdan’s content.

The achievement marks yet another market debut for Wazdan, who in the last 12 months has entered Switzerland, Colombia, Spain, Portugal, Denmark, Italy, and New Jersey, as the supplier continues to seek growth within the regulated space.

Andrzej Hyla, head of sales at Wazdan, stated: “We pride ourselves on our approach to regulated markets and we’re very excited to have a considerable array of games certified for Belarus. 

“From our sought-after Hold the Jackpot games to top-performing staples, we’re very pleased with what we can bring to players in Belarus and look forward to making big strides in the market.”

This latest development follows the online slots developer taking its volatility levels feature live to players in New Jersey, which aim to provide players with complete control over their playing experience.

“We are delighted with how well our first batch of games has been received by New Jersey players, and it gives us huge confidence as we look to continue our expansion in North America,” Hyla added.

“Much like the cash drop promotional tool, our custom volatility level feature sets us apart from suppliers in the space, and we hope that players enjoy the increased level of control they have over their gaming experience.”