Yggdrasil Teams Up With SkillOnNet

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September 28th, 2017
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There seems to be no end to Yggdrasil's involvement in content deals that see this esteemed gaming group expand their unique portfolio of HTML5 casino games. They have been very active this year, advancing and spreading across the gambling world like wildfire and the latest move proves there's no plan of slowing down any time soon! The Malta-based, award-winning company has just declared the completion of another partnership agreement, this time with software developer SkillOnNet.

The details of this partnership are still somewhat scarce, but the gist of it is that Yggdrasil will be providing their entire slot gaming portfolio, along with its social sharing and promotional tools (BOOST and BRAG), to SkillOnNet who will make it available on their platform, used by a number of casinos such as PlayMillion, SlotsMagic, PlayOJO and EUCasino. This means that recently launched titles such as Spina Colada will soon be reaching a new audience.

SkillOnNet's Head of Sales and Marketing, Michael Golembo stated: “Operating across a number of competitive European markets means we need to offer our players the very best content, so integrating Yggdrasil is a major coup for us. World-class content and pioneering marketing tools are a potent combination, and we are excited to see how our customers react to these fantastic games.”

Yggdrasil's CEO, Fredrik Elmqvist, commented: “We love to see innovative operators and suppliers offering Yggdrasil games, and SkillOnNet certainly fits this profile. SkillOnNet has grown a loyal base of customers over recent years by offering a great user experience, and we are certain that experience will be further strengthened with our titles.”

Source:

“Yggdrasil Signs SkillOnNet Deal”, yggdrasilgaming.com, September 27, 2017.

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