Yggdrasil signs new content deal with High 5 Games

Yggdrasil signs new content deal with High 5 Games

Yggdrasil signs new content deal with High 5 Games

Leading worldwide publisher of online gambling content Yggdrasil has announced its latest content partnership deal with the well-known operator High 5 Games. This latest deal will witness its vastly popular games portfolio dispersed across multiple European territories.

All users of the High 5 Games Casio websites will now be able to access Yggdrasil’s one-of-a-kind slots, such as the classic Hades Gigablox, Syncronite Splitz and Frost Queen Jackpots, and even games from its ever-growing YG Masters programme portfolio.

Furthermore, this latest partnership is yet another goal achieved by Yggdrasil and really proves its organisational fortes when it comes to its expansion strategies. The company is also seeking to debut in more high-value regulated markets this year,

On the other hand, High 5 Games is a leading independent casino games provider which currently operates real-money casino brand High 5 Casino. High 5 Games is an international organization and holds licences and certifications in the UK, Malta, New Jersey, Gibraltar and Denmark.

In a statement concerning the new deal, Björn Krantz, chief of global market operations at Yggdrasil, said:

Our focus this year is to expand our reach in untapped markets and provide our premium content to more players than ever before. We are delighted to be adding our titles to High 5 Games’ ever-expanding offering of unique content and look forward to a successful collaboration.

Anthony Singer, CEO and founder of High 5 Games, also stated:

Yggdrasil is recognised for its high-quality game content and diverse slots portfolio popular with players all over the world. Partnering with such a well-respected brand is a great opportunity for us and we look forward to growing the relationship together.

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