The deal will see the group's full slate of video slots being offered, including Jokerizer, Valley of the Gods 2, Hades Gigablox, and more. The casino will also get access to those tied to the YG Masters Programme, which has smaller developers that develop games and have them distributed through Yggdrasil's platform.
Commenting on the agreement Yggdrasil's Bjorn Krantz said, "We are thrilled to enter Switzerland in collaboration with Grand Casino Luzern. Our market entry is yet another milestone achievement and shows our organisational strength to deliver on our business strategy and our commitment to expanding our footprint into high-value regulated markets.
"We are excited to add our games to Casino Luzern's existing offering and to be able to reach more players with our ever-expanding portfolio of innovative and exciting content. Both parties are now working on the planning for a successful launch to take place soon."
Grand Casino Luzern CEO Wolfgang Bliem added: "Yggdrasil is a market-leading slot supplier with a library of renowned titles that stand the test of time as well as new and thrilling titles that never fail to impress. We are delighted to soon be able to offer their best in class games portfolio to our entire network of players and we look forward to a very successful collaboration."