Yggdrasil to Enter Danish Gaming Market

Swedish gaming group Yggdrasil Gaming has announced that they've entered the Danish gaming market, as they've signed an agreement with InterCasino and Vera&John.

The agreement will see Yggdrasil providing their full platform of games and will also include their BOOST and BRAG backend tools. The company's games include the popular Jokerizer slot series as well as Valley of the Gods, Rainbow Ryan, and more.

Speaking about the deal Yggdrasil CEO Fredrik Elmqvist said, "We are committed to growing our footprint in Europe's regulated markets, so it was a logical next step for us to enter Denmark with Vera&John and InterCasino. The market is close to key Nordic territories so we expect our product to be quickly welcomed by players."

"Denmark was one of the first European jurisdictions to introduce a sensible and workable regulatory framework. Our flexible platform and structured operation mean we welcome regulatory developments in Denmark and beyond, and are in a strong position to adapt to requirements."

JackpotJoy Head of Gaming Victor Olinger also commented, noting: "Yggdrasil slots are enjoyed by players across Europe's regulated markets, so it is a major coup to be the first to agree to bring these titles to Denmark. We always strive to offer the very best collection of games available to our players and adding the Yggdrasil portfolio really underlines that commitment."

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4 November 2017 - 10:18pm

Another concurred territory for Yggdrasil, you would think they shold be able to entering the Danish market earlier but...I guess it's not too late now either.