B2B casino platforms provider and systems aggregator, SoftGamings, has inked a partnership agreement with online casino games developer, Yggdrasil Gaming, which will supply its numerous casino operators with its most popular video slots and table games, according to a press release.

A game changer:

Established in 2013, over the years Yggdrasil has developed into a creator, innovator and game changer that maintains its drive and passion for developing top-quality games. It’s not surprising that the Stockholm-headquartered company has emerged as one of the most respected and acclaimed suppliers in the industry, having won several prestigious awards in recent years, including “Innovation in RNG casino software” at the EGR B2B Awards 2018, “Innovator supplier of the year” at the International Gaming Awards 2018 and “Innovator of the year” at the International Gaming Awards 2017.

Unique approach:

An industry expert iGaming provider, SoftGamings knows how to successfully build and grow online casino businesses. Evidence of its unique approach to handling casino business is its continued growth. With more than a decade of experience, SoftGamings provides the iGaming market with extensive, high-quality products and services.

The firm has over 40 leading gaming providers with 3000-plus games and offers operators a ‘unified API Integration package’ for seamless game consolidation. SoftGamings’ innovative products and services offering to the iGaming industry help to maintain its significance to the market as a provider.

huge portfolio of fascinating games

Commenting on the newly established partnership, Director of  Partnerships for Soft Gamings, Irina Sazonova said…

“We are very excited about the partnership with Yggdrasil. It is a foremost provider with a huge portfolio of fascinating games which are extremely popular among gamblers. We are pleased to have their quality products as part of our integration offerings.”

YGS Masters:

Yggdrasil has established quite a few new partnerships this year, with the most recent including Casino Barcelona and Swedish gaming company, Fantasma Games, which joined the YGS Masters program.