Maltese online casino games developer, Yggdrasil Gaming Limited, has announced that its extensive portfolio can now be enjoyed by players across Finland following the inking of a supply deal with state-owned iGaming operator Veikkaus Oy.

Headquartered in the northern Valletta suburb of Sliema, the innovator used an official Thursday press release to declare that Veikkaus Oy is responsible for the locally-licensed domain at and is to have access to its ‘full portfolio of games’ including its new five-reel and 25-payline Lilith’s Inferno video slot as well as its Scandinavia-themed trio of Vikings Go Beserk, Vikings Go To Hell and Vikings Go Wild.

Sizeable selection:

Established in 2013, Yggdrasil explained that it already offers a catalogue of over 70 video slots alongside three virtual blackjack titles and the roulette-based Golden Chip Roulette advance. Licensed by regulators in Malta, the United Kingdom, Gibraltar and Romania, the developer detailed that all of these are to be made available to the over two million registered online casino players that Veikkaus Oy currently has on its books.

Prominent provider:

Fredrik Elmqvist, Chief Executive Officer for Yggdrasil, used the press release to describe Veikkaus Oy as ‘a well-known name in the industry’ that regularly entertains up to 700,000 iGaming players every week. He also proclaimed that his firm’s latest partner is ‘one of the largest gaming operators in Europe’ and that he is ‘excited about offering its large and rapidly expanding customer base our growing portfolio of innovative casino games.’

Consumer choice:

For his part, Jan Hagelberg, Casino Games Vice-President for Veikkaus Oy, stated that the Finnish operator’s customers ‘are increasingly choosing to play online and on mobile’ and that he is ‘thrilled’ to be able to add the ‘impressive portfolio’ from Yggdrasil Gaming Limited to its existing selection.

Read a statement from Hagelberg…

“I’m very confident players will enjoy the excitement that Yggdrasil Gaming Limited games bring to their screens.”