Yggdrasil content live with PokerStars

Posted:: Aug 18, 2020 14:01 Category: Casino , Europe , Posted by Michael Frendo-Jones

Yggdrasil’s extensive game catalogue now available to players at PokerStars

Yggdrasil is pleased to announce that its award-winning slot and casino content can now be found at PokerStars. 

PokerStars’ UK customers can now access top-hit Sahara Nights, with blockbuster titles Valley of the Gods and Multifly set to follow. Other games in Yggdrasil’s portfolio of high-performing casino content will be rolled out over the following weeks and months across dot-com markets as well as in regulated jurisdictions including Sweden, Denmark, Italy, Spain and Romania. 

Fredrik ElmqvistPokerStars Casino is one of the most popular online casinos in the world by its player base, with some of the biggest and newest games available. 

Fredrik Elmqvist, CEO at Yggdrasil, said: “This is a milestone content agreement for Yggdrasil, and we are thrilled to partner with PokerStars.  

 “It is one of the biggest and best-known brands in the industry and this deal will enable our portfolio to reach an extensive worldwide audience across many key regulated jurisdictions.” 

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