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Gaming firms Digitain and Yggdrasil have announced that they've entered a distribution agreement that will see Digitain's platform offering Yggdrasil's game library moving forward.
Yggdrasil has a large library of titles, having put out dozens of slots and expanding to offer table games as well. For their part, Digitain has 70 casinos that they work with and their platform features more than 3,000 games. Also included in the deal are titles developed by Yggdrasil's partner studios that are involved in the YG Masters program, which allows designers to cross-sell their games.
"Digitain's platform is among the best available on today's market, so we are thrilled to have the company on board," said Yggdrasil's Ed Muldoon. "We have no doubt that Yggdrasil's premium quality game collection will be a strong hit with Digitain's operator partners and their players as we continue to expand our impressive commercial footprint."
Digitain CCO Suren Khachatryan added: "We are delighted to partner with one of the industry's most prominent suppliers, a company whose innovative portfolio boasts a deserved reputation for excellence.
"This agreement once again demonstrates our success in equipping partners with an enhanced casino offering in the face of disruption to sporting fixtures, and we're standing ready to help them through this testing time."