Yggdrasil, the gaming software supplier majority-owned by Sweden’s Cherry, has signed a licensing agreement to supply its entire lottery and casino games portfolio to mobile casino operator LeoVegas.

The supplier is providing LeoVegas with all 23 of its titles, including lottery, slot, keno and scratchcard games, with new products to be added as and when they are released.

Among the titles now available through LeoVegas are Yggdrasil’s Winterberries slot, designed for high rollers, the mobile-optimised slot Jokerizer and the daily draw lottery game Lotto7, featuring a £2.5m prize.

Yggdrasil chief executive Fredrik Elmqvist said that LeoVegas was the “perfect” partner for the supplier.

“LeoVegas has claimed considerable market share within the Nordic market and I am confident that our products will enhance that further,” he explained. “Whether it is user experience or marketing, LeoVegas are leaders in mobile, hence why we’re delighted to have been appointed one of their main suppliers.”

LeoVegas' co-founder and director Gustaf Hagman said that working with Yggdrasil was a “natural progression” for his company as it looks to consolidate its position in the Nordic iGaming market.

“Yggdrasil’s strategic understanding of the gaming market and mobile in particular is clearly visible from their future-proof product portfolio and platform,” he continued. “They are innovative and enable LeoVegas to differentiate our offering in the Nordic market.”

The deal is the third to be announced by Yggdrasil this year, after the supplier sealed agreements with Mr Green last week, and mobile specialist Vera&John in January.


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