Wazdan seeking “swift” US expansion with SCCG Management deal

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Wazdan has signed a strategic partnership with SCCG Management to leverage the firm’s expertise in the US online casino market. 

As per the agreement, SCCG will offer advisory services to the slot provider on how best to scale up its presence in the regulated US online casino markets. 

SCCG Management will offer its “premier solutions” to Wazdan, to help widen the reach of its “engagement-boosting” products for operators. 

Stephen Crystal, Chief Executive Officer at SCCG Management, commented: “We are thrilled to announce our partnership with Wazdan. Their cutting-edge technology and dedication to creating unique gaming experiences align perfectly with our mission to drive growth and success in the gambling industry.

“We are excited to work with the supplier to expand their reach in the North American market, and we look forward to playing a key role in expanding their reach in social and tribal gaming.”

Waxdan first joined the US online casino market back in 2021, when it entered its debut state, New Jersey. Since then it has secured licensing in Michigan, West Virginia, as well as north of the border in Ontario

Since entering the US market from its native Europe, Wazdan has secured several operator agreements, such as with Caesars Sportsbook & Casino. It also has agreements with platform providers including Light & Wonder via its OpenGaming platform. 

Now it seeks to harness this momentum to fuel future growth in the US as online casino continues to provide ample opportunity to operators in terms of bottom-line growth.

Andrzej Hyla, Chief Commercial Officer at Wazdan, added: “This strategic collaboration marks a significant milestone for Wazdan, as we aim to bring our cutting-edge gaming solutions to a wider audience in one of the world’s most dynamic markets.

“With SCCG Management’s expertise and network, we are confident in our ability to scale up swiftly and deliver an unparalleled gaming experience to American players.”