The online casino at has announced the signing of a content supply deal that is to see it integrate a selection of innovative video slots from Malta-based developer, Wazdan.

Already extensive offering:

According to an official press release published by European Gaming Media and Events, the domain owned by Panda Media Limited stated that the new agreement is all part of a policy to offer content ‘from the industry’s most trusted providers’ and will involve it adding ‘a wide range of slot titles’ to its current selection of over 3,000 games. is licensed by regulators in the United Kingdom, Malta and Curacao and recently finalized similar content supply arrangements with the likes of Spigo ApS, Habanero Systems BV and Evolution Gaming Limited. It declared that arrangements such as these have helped it to grow its portfolio of games in order to maintain its standing ‘as the most varied and high-quality online casino.’

Domain continuing to push:

Launched in 2011, moreover offers the unique Battle of Slots and Casino Races promotional concepts while the site’s Head of Games, William Ahlberg, proclaimed that games from Wazdan always come complete with ‘the latest in high-end graphics and pitch-perfect sounds.’

Ahlberg’s statement read…

“It is great to be working with Wazdan as it makes some of the most entertaining and immersive games on the market. It is important that we continue our push to host the industry’s very best games in our bid to stay one step ahead of the competition and that’s what we have done with this deal.”

Second-quarter ‘bang’:

For its part, Wazdan is licensed by regulators in Malta and the United Kingdom and offers iGaming operators a selection of almost 100 video slots such as the Fruit Fiesta, Wild Girls and recently-launched Los Muertos titles. The firm’s Sales Manager, David Mann, described as ‘the world’s largest online casino’ before detailing that he is ‘proud’ to have inked the supply deal.

Mann’s statement read…

“It was important for us to start the second quarter with a bang and our integration with has achieved that goal.”