Yggdrasil monitors Italy

21 Jan 2017

ygg logo tree_topYggdrasil has been on a high this last year and this is being proved only by the fact that they are about to get in the Italian market. They have already planned to expand their services into Italy and they have already begun the process of certifying their games and platform, with plans to make an initial 11 titles available. Operators will also be able to access the company’s ‘BOOST’ collection of in-game promotional tools, as well as the social sharing tool ‘BRAG’.

Fredrik Elmqvist, who is the chief executive at Yggdrasil, said: «It is about time Yggdrasil crossed the Rubicon as Italy is one of the most exciting and fastest-growing markets in gaming. We already had a number of Tier 1 operators on our books who were active in Italy, so it really was a no-brainer to enter ourselves. We are delighted that Yggdrasil will have a presence in this exciting jurisdiction, and we are already in negotiations with some major operators».

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