In September, it started on the right note for Yggdrasil Gaming, a leading maker of casino entertainment content, and the company announced an entirely new partnership with major online operator Betway.
Working closely with the ambitions of Growth Partners
Players from different Betway Casino brands will now have some of the most sought-after games in the slots world, allowing the developer to continue to expand its reach in a number of regulated Sundays.
Under the deal, the Stockholm-based studio’s diverse content portfolio will be available to players across Betway’s vast Casino network, serving more customers.
Betway customers expect to be amused by Iggdrasil joining the operator’s extensive library of games as part of the new deal.
In addition to Yggdrasil’s full portfolio, Betway will also benefit from third-party games provided under the Masters Program and will make them available in October in addition to the mechanics of interacting with games( gems) ,community of operator players.
Commenting on the deal, Andrew Pegler, director of commercial operations at Yggdrasil, described Betway as a highly recognizable brand, noting that the studio was delighted to join them in a number of regulated Sundays.
Our exciting slots offer gamers an exciting gaming experience, and we are confident that our best-in-class games will find an answer from Microgaming customers, Pegler said.
Our business strategy is being realised in close collaboration with the ambitions of our Growth Partners in key regulated Sundays, he said, noting that the company is undergoing an exciting period to expand its presence with leading global and local operators.
Paul Adkins, Betway’s director of marketing and operations, shared this enthusiasm, describing Yggdrasil’s products as an impressive and attractive design and adding that Betway was pleased with the opportunity to offer them to our customers.
With a comprehensive roadmap of exciting games, features and vehicles, we are very excited,we are excited about this partnership and look forward to close cooperation, he said