Cherry subsidiary Yggdrasil Gaming has signed an agreement with Gaming Innovation Group (GIG) to roll out its full suite of games for the Oslo-listed operator.
The deal will see Yggdrasil roll out its games across GIG's B2C sites, including its flagship online casino brands Gusts.com and Rizk. com.
"We are thrilled to have joined forces with Gaming Innovation Group," Yggdrasil chief executive Fredrik Elmqvist commented. "Their deal to acquire Betit has made them one of the fastest growing and largest operators in Scandinavia, and it’s a major boon for us to be able to put our content in the hands of their players."
Robin Reed, chief executive of GIG, added: "iGamingCloud is seeking to interconnect the entire iGaming industry. We are one step further with the inclusion of Yggdrasil's impressive portfolio of games which will now be offered to the entire client eco-system of IGC.
"More so, we are impressed with their innovation trajectory, and the passion of the Yggdrasil team is exhilarating. We are thrilled to have agreed terms," he continued. "Both companies are now working flat out on the integration, and are looking forward to launching the games in December."
Shares in Gaming Innovation Group (Co. Data) (OSL:GIG) were trading down 1.55 per cent at NOK3.17 per share in Oslo early Tuesday, while shares in Cherry AB (Co. Data) (AKT:CHER-B) were unchanged in Stockholm at SEK212.00 per share.