Wazdan has hailed an “exciting and important milestone,” after the igaming content supplier launches its games suite via Kaizen Gaming’s flagship Stoiximan brand in Greece.

This comes after the firm gained its Greek certification in early September, with Wazdan looking to continue its recent European expansion, into regions such as Serbia via OktagonBet and Romania with MaxBet, through the rest of the year and beyond.

The agreement will see Stoiximan gain an array of gaming products such as the group’s newest ‘Hold the Jackpot’ release Sizzling Bells, as well as the Greek-themed Power of Gods titles Hades and The Pantheon. 

By the end of the year, players in the country will also be able to play another Greek-themed slot in the series, with Power of Gods: Medusa to be integrated. 

Dimokratis Papadimos, RNG casino manager at Kaizen Gaming, stated: “Our partnership with Wazdan highlights our commitment to continuously enrich our range of products across platforms to satisfy the needs and preferences of all our customers. 

“We are very impressed with the innovative casino games that Wazdan offers and we are looking forward to our customers experiencing all the latest additions to our portfolio”

The latest deal agreement strengthens the ongoing partnership between the two companies, with Wazdan working with Kaizen’s Betano in Portugal, Romania, and Germany. 

Furthermore, Wazdan has also its sights set on moving forward and setting “a strong presence” in the growing US igaming market, after the group bolstered its New Jersey entry with the introduction of its Volatility Levels feature earlier this year.

Albert Bellavista, head of business development for Spain and Latin America at Wazdan, said: “Signing a deal with Kaizen Gaming is an exciting and important milestone moment for us, that will lead to numerous commercial opportunities. 

“With many of our top-performing games now live with Stoiximan, and soon to be launched with Betano, we’re eager to see how their players react and enjoy our themed titles in particular.”