Wazdan Further Expands NJ Online Casino Footprint With PlayStar Partnership

Written By Grant Lucas on January 3, 2024 - Last Updated on January 4, 2024
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Another online casino in New Jersey has tapped into the library of Wazdan.

The Malta-based games provider expanded its NJ online casino footprint by entering into “a pivotal collaboration” with PlayStar, according to a press release.

The partnership will see Wazdan integrate titles via the Light & Wonder platform, allowing New Jersey online casino players another avenue in which to enjoy Wazdan’s wide array of award-winning games.

“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,” Andrzej Hyla, chief commercial officer at Wazdan, said in a statement.

“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.”

PlayStar NJ taps into library of Wazdan

First live in New Jersey in 2021, Wazdan has evolved into a strong content provider for online casinos in New Jersey.

The company’s latest partner, PlayStar Casino NJ, now welcomes in a variety of Wazdan titles, including:

  • 9 Coins
  • Sun of Fortune
  • Hot Slot: Mystery Jackpot Joker
  • Sizzling Kingdom: Bison
  • Magic Spins
  • Power of Gods: Hades

Other popular titles include Hold the Jackpot, Cash Infinity and Collect to Infinity.

“We’re thrilled to partner with Wazdan, which has emerged as a leading provider of titles across New Jersey,” Dan Alexander, COO at PlayStar, said in a press release.

“Facilitated by Light & Wonder, it’s been a seamless integration period, and we’re confident our players will love Wazdan games.”

Wazdan piling up NJ online casino partners

PlayStar becomes the latest online casino in New Jersey that integrates Wazdan titles. Wazdan already has similar partnerships with the likes of DraftKings and Rush Street Interactive.

The most recent deal came in November, when Wazdan reached an agreement with Tipico. At the time, while vital for Wazdan in its quest to become a go-to games provider, Hyla praised the platform from Light & Wonder to allow the Malta-based company to achieve its goals.

“Our partnership with Light & Wonder has been a vital part of our growth in North America, and we’re confident that this will be another boost to all parties.”

As put in a press release, all of these partnerships – from DraftKings to Rush Street to Tipico and now to PlayStar – “amplifies Wazdan’s momentum across the regulated markets in the US.”

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Grant Lucas is a longtime sportswriter who has covered high school, collegiate, and professional levels. A graduate of Linfield College in McMinnville, Grant now focuses his attention on the growing NJ online gambling and sports betting scene.

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