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Casino game developer Yggdrasil has signed a distribution deal with Microgame and will add their games to the developer's platform moving forward.
The deal will see Yggdrasil becoming the latest developer to be added to the network, bringing all 80 of their current titles to the platform. Microgame has been expanding recently, having added games from the likes of Red Tiger to their platform. The company aggregates all of these casino games and then offers the titles to casinos, who have the choice to provide the games to customers. As of press time there are more than 30 developers that have been integrated into the system.
"By adding Yggdrasil's leading content to our platform we will significantly enhance our offering with innovative and engaging titles that appeal to a wide demographic of players," said Microgame CEO Marco Castaldo."Yggdrasil is one of the industry's most prominent suppliers and we look forward to a successful partnership."
Yggdrasil CEO Fredrik Elmqvist added: "Microgame is a leading platform supplier in Italy and through this partnership we will considerably expand our reach in the country together with its premium operator partners.
"Our games have already proven hugely successful with local players since we entered the market in 2017 and we are excited to be able to offer our portfolio to an even wider customer group together with Microgame."