Yggdrasil Praises Important Step Sealing Aspire Content Deal

In the midst of a “fantastic year” after sealing a content supply agreement with Aspire Global, online gaming solutions provider Yggdrasil praised “another important step.”

As a consequence of the agreement, clients of Aspire Global will have access to the slots library of Yggdrasil, including proprietary games and titles created via YG Masters.

The partner programme, which has received multiple sign-ups in recent weeks, including Betsson, Jelly, ReelPlay and AvatarUX, allows independent studios to use the global network, technology and industry experience of Yggdrasil to design, produce and distribute content.

Yggdrasil CEO, Fredrik Elmqvist, said: “Aspire Global offers a premium platform with operator partners across numerous jurisdictions that are key to us at Yggdrasil and this deal will help us to significantly expand our reach to an even wider audience worldwide.

“We’ve had a fantastic year so far at Yggdrasil and this deal is another important step as we continue to expand our global strategy.”

Yggdrasil’s Vikings trilogy and new titles Valley of the Gods 2, Multifly! are included in the online casino content to be included as part of the contract. Splitz and Lucky Neko Gigablox from Temple Stacks.

At Aspire Global, Dima Reiderman, COO, added: “We are pleased to partner up with Yggdrasil as this enables Aspire Global’s access to Yggdrasil’s vast portfolio of games as well as top-class promotional tools.

“The partnership will prove to be mutually beneficial with Yggdrasil set to reap the benefits of our network’s reach. I am looking forward to a mutually beneficial relationship going forward.’’

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