June 9, 2020 written by

Yggdrasil partners with Digitain

Yggdrasil recently agreed a distribution deal with leading iGaming software provider, Digitain.

The deal will integrate Yggdrasil’s portfolio of games with Digitain’s platform. This will then be available to its global operator network, so expanding the reach of Yggdrasil’s games. As a result, more people will be able to enjoy Yggdrasil’s titles such as Multifly, Jackpot Raiders, Trolls Bridge, and the popular Vikings trilogy.

As well as Ygdrasil’s branded games, operators will also gain access to games from YG Masters partner studios. Furthermore, they will have titles featuring Yggdrasil’s innovative and ground-breaking Splitz mechanic, including Temple Stacks: Splitz and Neon Rush: Splitz.

Not only will the distribution deal help extend Yggdrasil’s reach and influence, it will also bring benefits to Digitain.

Having access to Yggdrasil’s extensive game collection will improve and enhance Digitain’s own casino portfolio, which contains both skill and RNG (Random Number Generator) games. Overall, Digitain has over 3,000 different titles from a range of leading suppliers.

Thrilled and delighted

Suren Khachatryan, CCO at Digitain, said of the partnership:

“We are delighted to partner with one of the industry’s most prominent suppliers, a company whose innovative portfolio boasts a deserved reputation for excellence.

“This agreement once again demonstrates our success in equipping partners with an enhanced casino offering in the face of disruption to sporting fixtures, and we’re standing ready to help them through this testing time.”

Meanwhile, Ed Muldoon, Head of Region at Yggdrasil, followed with:

“Digitain’s platform is among the best available on today’s market, so we are thrilled to have the company on board.

“We have no doubt that Yggdrasil’s premium quality game collection will be a strong hit with Digitain’s operator partners and their players as we continue to expand our impressive commercial footprint.”

Who is Yggdrasil?

Yggdrasil is an online gaming solutions provider that launched back in 2013.

Over the years Yggdrasil has become one of the leading suppliers of gaming content for online casinos. They have many successful and popular games in its portfolio, in addition to the titles mentioned above. For example, Yggdrasil is also behind games like Wolf Hunters, Orient Express, PopRocks, and Arthur’s Fortune.

Who is Digitain?

Digitain is a private company that specialises in providing omni-channel iGaming solutions to online, mobile, and land-based markets.

You can trace Digitain’s roots back to 1999, where they began life as a National Lottery in Armenia. Since then, though, they have grown and expanded in terms of their workforce, their global reach, and the functions they perform. Digitain has a wealth of experience in the casino and sportsbook sector, and aim to use technology to create innovative industry solutions.

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