After entering the market in the Czech Republic last month via a deal with local operator, Tipsport AS, online casino games developer, Yggdrasil Gaming Limited, has now announced that some of its content will soon be available to players in Taiwan.

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A subsidiary of Swedish online casino giant Cherry AB, Yggdrasil used an official press release to announce that it had inked a deal with social gaming operator, Xiang Shang Games Company Limited, that is to see a selection of its games featured on the Taiwanese firm’s domain at

The Malta-headquartered developer declared that the ‘landmark deal’ will encompass ‘several’ of its video slots possibly including the recently-premiered Nitro Circus title being made available to Xiang Shang Games Company Limited for use on

Developer’s ‘first entry into Taiwan’:

Fredrik Elmqvist, Chief Executive Officer for Yggdrasil, stated that the arrangement denotes his firm’s ‘first entry into Taiwan’ before describing Xiang Shang Games Company Limited as ‘the territory’s leading social gaming operator.’

Elmqvist’s statement read:

“Xiang Shang Games Company Limited’s platform has both a leading reputation and a loyal player base and we are certain our games will prove popular. Taiwan also provides Yggdrasil Gaming Limited with an excellent base from which to observe developments in the broader Asian market.”

Deal to ensure ‘a truly world-class gaming offering’:

For his part, Stanley Ku, Chief Executive Officer for Xiang Shang Games Company Limited, proclaimed that the agreement will enable his firm to ‘continue to bring the best content from across the globe’ in order to make certain that its Taiwanese clientele ‘experience a truly world-class gaming offering.’

Ku’s statement read…

“To be the first operator to bring Yggdrasil Gaming Limited’s fantastic casino slots content to Taiwan is an affirmation of our track record and business development capabilities. It also speaks about the present state of Taiwan’s gaming market, which is now mature enough to start garnering attention worldwide.”