July 8, 2020 written by

Yggdrasil partners up with Betpoint Group

Online gaming provider Yggdrasil recently signed an agreement with operator Betpoint Group, which will see all of Yggdrasil’s games portfolio shared with Betpoint Group’s casino brands.

Yggdrasil began in 2013 and is now one of the world’s leading developers of online gaming solutions. Their titles are innovative and players all over the globe enjoy playing them.

With games including Lightning Joker, Multifly, Arthur’s Fortune, the Vikings trilogy of games, Valley of the Gods, Jackpot Raiders, Sahara Nights, and many more, Yggdrasil offers plenty of variety and good quality gaming!

Games created through the YG Masters programme will also appear on Betpoint Group’s casinos.

Additionally, Betpoint Group will have access to all Yggdrasil games using the innovative Splitz mechanic, such as Temple Stacks: Splitz and Neon Rush: Splitz. They will also receive the recently-released Lucky Neko game which uses the new Gigablox feature.

Who is Betpoint Group?

These Yggdrasil games will now be available across Betpoint Group’s casino brands. Betpoint Group own 21.com, Justspin, Nitro Casino, and Neon Vegas.

21.com was their first venture into the world of online casinos, and is their flagship brand. While this launched in 2018, Justspin launched a year later in October 2019.

Meanwhile, Nitro Casino followed in early 2020 and Neon Casino is the newest addition to the Group. Only launching in June 2020, Neon Casino offers a retro gaming experience with all the modern features!

Betpoint Group is based in Malta and has a Malta gambling licence.

Its casino brands have a global focus and have a particularly strong influence in the German, Japanese, and Nordic markets.

“gain a new following”

Fredrik Elmqvist, CEO at Yggdrasil, said of their latest partnership:

“The Betpoint Group brands have rapidly gained a large following thanks to its commitment to offering the best online casino experience.

“By partnering together we will be able to further propel the operator’s growth while our games will gain a new following within Betpoint Group’s growing customer base.”

Following on from this, Karl Wijkmark, CEO at Betpoint Group, said:

“Our brands are developed for casino fans and we aim to offer a fun, entertaining and unique experience to our customers.

“With Yggdrasil’s wide and diversified games portfolio we will enhance our offering with some of the best titles on the market that we are confident will resonate with our loyal players.”

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