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Serbia Wins the Title at eFootball 2023 European Championship

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This year’s eFootball 2023 European Championship, organised by the European Esports Federation (EEF) with support from the International Esports Federation (IESF), welcomed the top 26 players from 26 countries who competed in virtual stadiums for the eFootball 2023 trophy, a spot at the 2022 World Esports Championships in Bali and a €10,000 prize pool.

Players from 26 countries went head-to-head in eFootball 2023 at Bemax Arena in Podgorica, Montenegro, for the first-place title and a grand prize of $5000. This year, Serbia came on top, where Marko Roksic won 3:1 against Muchahit Sevimli from Turkiye. David Garevski from North Macedonia and Orel Daniel from Israel shared third place in this year’s tournament.

Boban Totovski, General Secretary of IESF, said: “Congratulations to all the players who participated in the eFootball 2023 European Championship. The level of competition was outstanding, and all of the players put on an excellent performance. Congratulations to Marko Roksic for winning and bringing the title to Serbia. We are very excited to welcome him to Bali later this year for the World Esports Championships Finals and see what will happen there.”

Ido Brosh, President of EEF, said: “I am proud and thankful to all of the players that participated in our final European Esports Championships event this year in Podgorica. This event was special not only because it was the first live eFootball event by EEF but also because of the amazing plays and special moments our players created. I’d like to thank the Montenegro Esports Federation and all of the partners for making this event possible, and looking forward to our announcement of the 2023 European Esports Championships.”

IESF’s next regional qualifier will be PUBG European Championship happening online on September 18, followed by Dota 2 the following weekend from 23 to 25 of the same month. In October Mobile Legends: Bang Bang will be played online for the European Title, and the winners of all tournaments will head on to the next stage of the World Esport Championships in Bali this December.

The WE Championships regional qualifiers will continue in the fall with the Panam, Asian and African Championships. The world’s greatest Esports players will then face off at the 2022 edition of the WE Championships Finals in Bali, Indonesia from December 1 to 12.

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Wazdan grows its presence in Serbia and Montenegro with ExeFeed partnership

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Wazdan, the innovative games provider, has bolstered its position in Serbia and Montenegro by striking a deal with the aggregator ExeFeed.

By integrating via the ExeFeed platform, customers of casino brands BetOle and Lobbet will be able to enjoy Wazdan’s wide range of thrilling games. Lobbet has already benefited from Wazdan’s innovative titles, having released 19 of the company’s games in August, including the top-performing 9 Coins™, Magic Spins™, and Power of Gods: Hades.

Lobbet players will also be able to enjoy Wazdan’s engagement-boosting Hold the Jackpot, Collect to Infinity™, and Cash Infinity™ features.

Wazdan has strengthened its footprint in recent months with a range of major deals in Europe and beyond. The company has taken its product offering to the next level with new integrations, including having gone live with Betsson brand, StarCasino, in Italy recently.

Radka Bacheva, Head of Sales and Business Development Balkans & CIS at Wazdan, said: “As we continue to focus on extending our footprint across Europe, we’re delighted to take our innovative games and features live through this ExeFeed integration in Serbia and Montenegro.

“BetOle and Lobbet have historically taken a similar approach to innovation and pushing the gaming experience as we do at Wazdan, so we look forward to a strong partnership together.”

Milica Popovic, Casino Manager at ExeFeed, said: “Wazdan’s titles have become even more exciting during the course of the year, so this partnership is a move that very much benefits both companies.

“The players using our brands have become accustomed to a high level of gaming experience, so introducing more of Wazdan’s games and features will certainly fulfil these heady expectations.”

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Wazdan continues its global expansion with Bulgarian market entry

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Wazdan, the innovative games provider, has rolled out its significant slots offering to operators in Bulgaria. Wazdan games are now available in over 20 regulated markets worldwide.

The move sees an assortment of 14 popular Wazdan titles certified in the country, including all-time player favourites like 9 Lions, Sizzling 777 Deluxe, Magic Fruits Deluxe, and Larry the Leprechaun.

Apart from the company’s innovative portfolio of games, operators in Bulgaria can now benefit from Wazdan’s renowned Freedom of Choice™ suite, which features customisable tools like Volatility Levels™.

This marks the latest in Wazdan recent market entries that have also included Italy, the Netherlands, the Canadian province of Ontario, and the US state of Michigan, in what has been an aggressive period of growth for the developer.

The Bulgarian market entry saw the company strike deals with prominent operators in the region, Dench and Sesame, as well as being shortlisted for the SiGMA CIS & Balkans Awards in the Best Slots Provider category.

Andrzej Hyla, Chief Commercial Officer at Wazdan, said: “We’ve experienced a great deal of growth and momentum this year, but we are far from resting on our laurels. This entry into Bulgaria just marks the latest in some very exciting growth plans for Wazdan.

“This is a deeply exciting time for us and the next few chapters will be just as interesting – watch this space!”

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PRAGMATIC PLAY OPENS BULGARIAN STUDIO AS IT EXPANDS LIVE CASINO OPERATIONS

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Pragmatic Play, the global content provider to the iGaming industry, is to launch a brand-new live casino studio in Bulgaria as it continues to expand its global corporate footprint to meet ever increasing demand from its operator clients.    

Renowned for its award-winning slot range, which boasts more than 250 titles, Pragmatic Play has also entered other key verticals such as Bingo, Virtual Sports and Sportsbook.  

The new Live Casino location will be offering Pragmatic Play’s staple Live Casino products – with its premium immersive experience, broadcasted with 4k cameras and leading audio technology. The state-of-the-art facility will be based in Sofia, and will see Pragmatic Play hire over 2,000 people to add to its Bulgarian talent pool by the end of 2023. 

The new location becomes the latest opened by Pragmatic Play, following the establishment of its first studio in Bucharest and corporate hubs in Serbia and Gibraltar, as well as recently expanding its Malta office.  

Irina Cornides, Chief Operating Officer at Pragmatic Play, said: “We’re delighted to announce the opening of our new Bulgarian location, right in the heart of the capital, Sofia. 

“It is an important step for us as we look to both expand the capacity of our Live Casino operations and intend to work with the fantastic talent in Bulgaria. 

“We’re proud of the strides made as a business since our inception, and this marks another exciting chapter for Pragmatic Play.” 

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