Yggdrasil Gaming to Offer Games With Stanleybet

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Internet casino software developer Yggdrasil Gaming has announced that they've entered a supply deal with Stanleybet and will offer their games in Italy as a result.

The agreement between the groups will see Yggdrasil offering their full slate of games to the betting site, as well as their marketing tool BOOST and social media assistant BRAG. The games are in the process of being ported over now, and will be offered to punters in the very near future.

Stanleybet's Online Director spoke about the agreement, revealing: "We always strive to provide our customers with the latest online content and we are pleased to add Yggdrasil to our online offer.

"The games will allow our customers to experience new innovative titles which are well-suited to the Italian market, whilst enhancing our players' experience through their social and promotional tools."

Yggdrasil's CEO Fredrik Elmqvist also commented, noting: "Italy has been a major focus of late as we look to deliver our leading games and promotional tools to the country's millions of gaming fans, many of whom play with Stanleybet. It's a privilege to provide our content to such a prominent name in the territory and we're confident their customer base will take to our popular titles."

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28 March 2018 - 7:03pm
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Apparently Yggdrasil working hard to spread their games as much as possible and Italy is one of the bigger markets in Europe so no wonder from the company are keen to enter there, trough one of the largest operators too.