Yggdrasil Gaming Reveals Positive H1

The online casino industry can be a difficult one to penetrate, both as a new operator but also especially as a new casino supplier. Despite having had a difficult task ahead of them the past couple of years, Yggdrasil Gaming is doing really well, which they now confirmed with their latest press release.


The release says that Yggdrasil Gaming is now live with seven different operators, spread across a total of 15 different websites. They have signed a lot of agreements with major companies such as Betsson, Unibet, ComeOn Gaming, Offside Gaming, LeoVegas, MrGreen and Vera&John as well as others.


They also managed to release a total of four new slots games in H1, which turned out to be very popular amongst the players. The games – Winterberries, Robotnik, Fruitoids and Magic Mushrooms – joined the rest of Yggdrasil’s portfolio and has been receiving positive reviews only.


“It has been a very solid start to 2014 for Yggdrasil Gaming after signing agreements with twelve operators spread across various European markets. We now have seven operators live across 15 websites, as well as an additional seven integrations currently ongoing. There is a strong sales pipeline with the opening of a sales office in Gibraltar increasing prospects in the jurisdiction, including a number of the most prominent operators.” Fredrik Elmqvist, CEO of Yggdrasil Gaming said.


“It is important to recognise that at the end of Q1 we were a team of just five employees working out of a small office in Malta, but now in Q3 we are double that with a new sales office in Gibraltar, a new Polish office and a second games studio in Ukraine. In addition to the increased workforce, a six-figure upgrade of our IT systems means we are now in a position to take the business to another level, scaling up accordingly.” He added.


“These are exciting times for Yggdrasil with so many new operators joining us over the next few months, as well as new games being introduced and the much anticipated launch of Lotto7. We have a strong belief in our ability to support some of the great names in the industry with some great games.” Elmqvist ended.

Daniel Allermand

Daniel Allermand is a freelance writer, with more than 4 years of experience in the industry as an operator, affiliate and poker player. Daniel has decided it was time to try and bring more coverage about the industry to the general public by writing articles about everything from poker to casino.  

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