Colombia Becomes the Latest Certified Jurisdiction for Wazdan

Colombia Becomes the Latest Certified Jurisdiction for Wazdan

Wazdan recently added Colombia as its newest certified jurisdictions as the company received its casino games supplier certification. Now, Wazdan will be able to offer a portion of its online slot portfolio in the Colombian regulated online market.

A great splash in the Latam market

Wazdan calls Colombia “one of Latin America’s largest regulated jurisdictions,” giving wings to its ambitions in the Latin American market. It said that the new accelerated strategy in the regulated market is presenting new phases of opportunities. The firm now plans to offer its portfolio to the local operators. Some of its most popular titles like Larry the Leprechaun and 9Lions will be debuting in the regulated market as well.

Colombia Becomes the Latest Certified Jurisdiction for Wazdan

Wazdan’s games come with a wide range of gameplay and mechanics which help in providing a diversified, interesting, and enthralling gaming experience to the users. It has a portfolio with diverse titles that will appeal to a wide range of demographics and preferences.

Wazdan marks its presence in key markets

With Colombia added to its list, Wazdan is now enjoying a presence in some of the key global igaming markets like Romania, Portugal, Denmark, Sweden, and the UK.

Wazdan’s head of business development for Spain and Latin America commented on the certification and 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.”

He added that the certification is a milestone for their business. The company is certain that the popularity of their games with local players will see them become a staple at online gaming lobbies.

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