Yggdrasil to Start Offering Table Games

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Casino game group Yggdrasil revealed this week that they're gearing up to begin offering table games, breaking from their traditional slot game sector.

The company will put out blackjack games for their first title, with single and multiplayer versions of the game. Additional games to be launched this year include baccarat and roulette. The company is designing these games using their proprietary REDUX platform, which allows for exclusive branding for operators if they so choose. It's expected that the games will begin dropping in the first quarter of this year.

The first operators to go live with the games will be InterCasino and Vera&John, who've long supported the game development group.

Speaking about the decision to break new ground Yggdrasil CPO Krzystof Opalka said, "Our table games provision, starting with blackjack, is set to break new ground in online casino gaming. The table games vertical has been fairly static in recent years, but our product's combination of social interaction and high-end playability is unlike any other currently on the market."

"It won't just be a single player trying to beat the house, but instead thousands of real players from all over the world, who are all able to join the game simultaneously with the aim of hitting big hands and bigger wins."

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12 January 2018 - 8:42pm
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Obviously Yggdrasil have decided they needed a wider variety of game offerings and I guess nothing wrong with that if you want to extra developing your brand so probably a wise move from them.