After last week inking a content supply deal with the ComeOn! subsidiary of Swedish iGaming operator, Cherry AB, online casino games and solutions developer Wazdan has now announced the signing of an analogous agreement with Avento NV.

Sextuple success:

The Malta-based innovator used an official Thursday press release to reveal that the fresh alliance means that players will soon be able to enjoy a range of its HTML5-friendly video slots at every one of the six iGaming sites operated by Avento NV including the domains at and

Slew of slots:

Wazdan used the press release to declare that its portfolio of video slots currently runs to some 110 titles and encompasses ‘crowd favorites’ such as Valhalla, Los Muertos and Great Book of Magic Deluxe as well as the recently-launched Space Gem and Magic Stars 5. The firm also stated that its newest partnership is due to see these as well as its coming Space Spins, Larry the Leprechaun and Magic Stars 6 games featured on every one of the domains run by Avento NV, which furthermore include and

‘Passionate’ partner:

Andrzej Hyla, Head of Sales for Wazdan, described Avento NV as ‘passionate about creating and delivering great top-quality products’ and that the new union will enable his firm to further cement its reputation ‘as slot producer with which everyone wants to work.’

Hyla’s statement read…

“It is thrilling to see Wazdan slot games now available through Avento NV to its various casinos. The team is very proud and we are all humbled to see such excitement for our technology-packed games. We look forward to entertaining its players and extending our reach.”

Feature fun:

In order to further guarantee its success, the developer explained that all of its mobile-friendly video slots come complete with a range of special features that cover its Volatility Levels and Unique Gamble advances as well as its Double Screen, Energy Saving, Ultra Life, Big Screen and Ultra Fast Modes. The firm moreover proclaimed that these innovations ‘are weaved into every game’ in order to allow aficionados ‘to tailor their experience to personal preference.’