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Wazdan accelerates regulated market strategy with Colombian certification

Wazdan has received certification to offer part of its top-quality slot portfolio in Colombia’s regulated online market

The supplier will now be able to enter one of Latin America’s largest regulated jurisdictions, presenting new opportunities for growth in the region. Colombia’s regulatory model has been celebrated across the industry for its open approach and has established the market as one of the most exciting in igaming.

Wazdan is set to offer a diverse slot portfolio to local operators, headlined by the hugely popular 9Lions and Larry the Leprechaun. Its wide collection of games delivers a range of mechanics and gameplay, appealing to players of all tastes and demographics.

The accreditation comes shortly after Wazdan received similar certification in Spain. It marks another step forward in the company’s plans to significantly ramp up activity in regulated markets across the globe.

Albert Bellavista Vilanova | SiGMA NewsAlbert Bellavista, Head of Business Development for Spain and Latin America at Wazdan, said: “Colombia’s solid regulatory framework makes it the logical location for us to focus our Latin American expansion and we’re looking forward to forming successful and longstanding partnerships in the market.

“This certification is yet another milestone for our business and we have no doubt that the popularity of our games with local players will see them become staples of operators’ online lobbies.”

Wazdan adds Colombia to its list of certified states, joining key igaming markets such as the UK, Sweden, Denmark, Portugal and Romania, among many others.

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