Yggdrasil Partners with Casumo Online Casino
Yggdrasil gaming software provider has announced that they have penned a deal with Casumo Casino. Yggdrasil, which joined the casino games industry in 20113, has taken the gaming world by storm this year. Yggdrasil’s casino game titles will go live at Casumo Casino with the software provider’s full suite of online slots. Casumo players will have access to Yggdrasil popular slot titles such as Monkey King., Big Blox and Bicicleta among many others. Casumo casino will also have acces to Yggdrasil’s promotional tools such as Brag social media tool. This tool allows players to share a re-enactment of their winning combinations on social media.
More about Yggdrasil Casino Games Software Provider
Yggdrasil gaming software provider was founded in 2013 by former NetEnt CEO, Fredrik Elmqvist. Since its establishment Yggdrasil has quickly moved up the ranks to join industry giants such as Microgaming. The software provider also has a number of awards under its belt. Earlier this year the software provider was awarded iGaming Software Supplier of the year. Speaking about the recently signed deal with Casumo Online Casino, Elmqvist said they are keen on working with the online casino. He added that Casumo Casino keeps them on their toes and challenges the software provider all the time. Elmqvist also said Yggdrasil’s promotion tools will help grow the brand.
Casumo Casino Comments of Partnership with Yggdrasil
Oscar Simonsson who is Casumo’s CEO said the online gaming company’s objective is to provide its players with quality gaming. He added that Yggdrasil will help Casumo to achieve this goal. Casumo Casino is also a fairly new casino brand as it was established in 2012. It comes as no surprise that Casumo has decided to partner with a new but innovative gaming software provider such as Yggdrasil. The software provider recently entered into a partnership with bet2365.
Tabcorp Not Interested in Running UK Lottery
There have been several reports out there claiming that Australian lottery firm Tabcorp was interested in putting in a bid to run the UK Nat...