Yggdrasil Launches 'Viking Runes' Slot

Swedish slot developer Yggdrasil is going back to its roots with the launch of its newest game 'Viking Runes', which was developed in partnership with TrueLab.

The game is set in the high north where you take the role of Vikings that want to pillage their way to riches. The game is a cluster pay game and has a max win of 25,000x your wagered amount. Wins are generated if players can score six or more touching icons. Features include lightning wilds, cascading winds, shuffling symbols, random wilds, and more.

Viking Runes was developed by TrueLab and is being deployed through the Yggdrasil GATI platform as part of the developer's YG Masters Program.

"Viking Runes is yet another innovative addition to our YG Masters arsenal with an exciting theme true to our roots," said Yggdrasil's Head of Partner Programs Stuart McCarthy. "With cascading wins, plenty of features and a thrilling theme, it adds a fantastic new dynamic to the portfolio."

TrueLab's CBDO Vasily Polynov added: "We're delighted to unveil Viking Runes, our latest hit through the YG Masters program.

"With staggering win potential, triggerable features on every cascade and an immersive landscape, this is a title that will appeal to all slot lovers looking for a thrilling and exciting experience."

Viking Runes is available now at casinos that feature Yggdrasil's content library.

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Dustin Jermalowicz
Dustin has a long-standing passion for gambling. He has been writing professionally on the subject and breaking industry news for Casino Listings since 2011. His favorite casino games include Blackjack, Poker, and Hi/Lo. A proud native of Detroit, Dustin currently lives in Michigan.

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