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The agreement will see all of Yggdrasil's slot machines being ported over to Paf, which will in turn offer them to their customers. Yggdrasil has been working on more modern slots such as Wolf Hunters, which are offered alongside Jokerizer, which was among the developer's first games released. Yggdrasil will also provide their BOOST promotional tools to Paf in order to help spread the word about the games.
Paf is based in the Aland Islands out of Finland, and offers its games primarily to Finnish punters.
Commenting on the agreement Paf Chief Gaming Officer Kim Johansson said, "Yggdrasil's casino content is a firm favourite in our current markets and has proven to be a great success across regulated markets, so we are very excited to be able to offer their highly innovative games to our loyal players."
Yggdrasil CEO Fredrik Elmqvist added: "We are thrilled to partner with such a well-recognised brand as Paf with a long and successful history in gaming. The deal proves we are seen by operators as the leading games provider in the Nordics and we look forward to a long and fruitful collaboration with Paf."
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