IGT And Yggdrasil Sign Content Deal
International Game Technology PLC (IGT) made the recent announcement that it has finalised a multi-year iGaming content distribution deal with online gaming content powerhouse, Yggdrasil Gaming.
This agreement allows IGT exclusive access to selected Yggdrasil titles for distribution across the newly regulated U.S. and Canadian iGaming markets. Titles by the developer like Vikings Go Wild, Valley of the Gods, and Cazino Zeppelin will be made available to IGT players and mark Yggdrasil’s entry into the North American iGaming space.
Fredrik Elmqvist, Yggdrasil’s CEO commented on the new alliance, saying,
"Yggdrasil continues to deliver on its growth strategy, and the U.S. and Canada are key territories for driving continued sustainable long-term growth and shareholder value. We are delighted to partner up with IGT, the world's leading gaming supplier, who will have exclusive territorial distribution rights for a selected number of our best-in-class Yggdrasil game titles."
"As the online gaming market continues to expand in North America, we look forward to supporting IGT's PlayCasino customers realize their goals through our player-centric, highly entertaining and award-winning games," he concluded.
Enrico Drago, IGT CEO Digital & Betting also spoke out about the agreement, commenting,
"Partnering with high-performing game developers such as Yggdrasil Gaming is a pillar of IGT PlayDigital's growth strategy and an additional differentiator of the IGT PlayCasino value proposition. Yggdrasil Gaming's artistic talents, passion for innovation and commitment to quality and performance shine through in all their games and we believe Yggdrasil games will complement our player-favourite PlayCasino games."
IGT is expected to introduce its first exclusive Yggdrasil content as soon as December 2021.
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