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Yggdrasil Gaming Releases First Progressive Jackpot Game

Yggdrasil Gaming Releases First Progressive Jackpot Game

Late last week, Yggdrasil Gaming announced that they have launched their very first progressive jackpot casino game, which will be pooled amongst the operators having their games. The game is called Joker Millions and it will be available throughout all partners of Yggdrasil Gaming at the end of February and is expected to have a fall out value of €1.3 million.

Joker Millions is not like most other progressive jackpot games who is basically about being as expensive as possible and as fast as possible. Instead the game has a deep and engaging interface and elements and features sticky and joker symbols so when you collect a full screen of joker symbols you win the jackpot.

“This is the next stage in Yggdrasil’s development. In October we released our first 3D game Reef Run and last month The Dark Joker Rizes became the first of our slots to sit on our new HTML5 framework, called iSENSE 2.0. Progressive jackpots are an excellent marketing tool for operators, but we didn’t want to make Joker Millions all about the jackpot. Most online jackpot slots are low variance, if you remove the actual jackpot from the equation, but Joker Millions also has very exciting elements in the base game." Fredrik Elmqvist, Chief Executive Officer at Yggdrasil Gaming said.

“While you are waiting for that jackpot spin there are also mystery joker wins that will take you closer and closer to the Joker Millions. Our priority is always to produce engaging content and I’m sure players will love this game.” He added.

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