EveryMatrix and Yggdrasil in Content Deal

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Internet casino game developer Yggdrasil announced this week that they've signed a supply deal with EveryMatrix, which will see their games offered on the platform as a result.

The agreement will see EveryMatrix's CasinoEngine platform featuring Yggdrasil's full library of games, which consists mainly of slots, but will also bring with it 'Sonya Blackjack', the company's first table game. The games are set for release in all markets that EveryMatrix services, including the UK. Titles on the platform are set to be made available for both desktop and mobile devices.

Commenting on the deal EveryMatrix CEO Stian Hornsletten said, "Yggdrasil continues to lead the way in developing and delivering revolutionary games and we're thrilled to be able to offer their unique content to our wide network of partners."

Yggdrasil's Fredrik Elmqvist added: "We're delighted to agree terms with EveryMatrix enabling us to offer our highly engaging Casino Slots and Table Games to even more operators. EveryMatrix has a long history in the industry and our partnership will be hugely beneficial for both companies."

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22 September 2018 - 7:44pm
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Yggdrasil inked so many deals of this type this year that is even hard to count their number but apparently they don't have an intentions to stop spreading their games around which of course means a higher revenues and profits for the brand.
So I think every game developer out there should look and follow their example.