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Malta-headquartered online software supplier Yggdrasil Gaming has signed a deal contract with Denmark’s finest RoyalCasino.dk. The flourishing online gambling operator also renewed the contract with Play’n GO last November.
Under the terms of the agreement, the Maltese iGaming giant will be equipping the Danish casino’s directory with a plethora of its high-quality games. Just some of the titles that are part of the deal include the well-known Vikings trilogy, Champions of Rome, Cazino Cosmos and Tut’s Twister. The games vary in bet ranges and volatility, making the new addition well-rounded and diversified. The official exact date of implantation has not be revealed, but we hear it is expected to be complete by the end of next week.
RoyalCasino.dk is a proudly Danish product, with a long-standing history of over three decades. It covers both online and brick-and-mortar gambling services and is the absolute casino favourite in the European country. Having agreed to the contract, RoyalCasino.dk will have the honour of obtaining Yggdrasil’s proprietary scope of in-game promotional tools called BOOST®. Thanks to it, the collaborative operators will be enabled to instantly run promotional deals from within the game client.
Fredrik Elmqvist, Chief Executive Officer at Yggdrasil Gaming, stated that, “This deal will allow [them] to expand [their] footprint in a key European regulated market and we are thrilled to team up with such an experienced brand as RoyalCasino.dk.”
Per Petersen, CEO at RoyalCasino.dk reciprocated the excitement and said that the Aarhus-based operator was thrilled to partner with the leader among game developers. “Being able to offer their innovative and creative games of true quality to our growing customer base will support the continued strong growth we have seen over the last three years,” Petersen declared.