Yggdrasil Gaming Teams up with Tain in New PartnershipPublished December 4, 2016 by Florin P
Yggdrasil Gaming will integrate its portfolio of HTML5 games into the celebrated platform operated by Tain, in the wake of a lucrative deal.
2016 has been a great year for Yggdrasil Gaming so far, as the software developer signed several lucrative partnerships. The most recent agreement with Tain, a long serving platform and content provider represents another important milestone. Both ventures are expected to benefit from this deal, while casino players would be the indirect beneficiaries.
Yggdrasil will be able to use Tain’s platform as a springboard to new customers. There are already plenty of players who enjoy in excess of 2000 titles here, provided by third-party suppliers. In return, Tain will greatly expand its collection of games with Yggdrasil’s finest titles. They will gain access to the BOOST promotional tool and its social sharing counterpart called BRAG, both offered by the online casino software developer.
An Important Milestone for Both Companies
Fredrik Elmqvist, CEO at Yggdrasil Gaming expressed his satisfaction for joining forces with Tain. The company he represents will promote its games alongside other popular titles. The experience and impressive track record of Tain is the best guarantee that their games will reach a broad audience.
Earlier this year, Yggdrasil Gaming signed another partnership with bet365. Under that agreement, the software developer will provide the online casino with nearly two dozen video slots. Chibeasties, Cyrus the Virus, Cazino Zeppelin, Jokerizer, Winterberries, Reef Run, Dark Joker Rizes and Vikings Go Wild are some shining examples. In exchange, bet365 gains access to the Infinite API for gamification and the recently launched Boost technologies.
In July, Yggdrasil Gaming went live with Unibet, after striking a deal with the gambling group in late March. That was the biggest live launch for the software developer and a clear signal that they are ready for wider expansions. They are now willing and capable of taking more partners on board, so it’s only fair to assume that many more will follow after Tain.