Yggdrasil Gaming, the Malta-licensed subsidiary of Swedish operator Cherry, has signed a deal to supply its full product portfolio to CO-Gaming, operator of the ComeOn betting and gaming brand.

The operator will launch Yggdrasil’s full range of casino games including the newly-released Fruitoid slot and popular titles such as Winterberries and Jokerizer, as well as its daily draw lottery game Lottery7. It will also integrate the supplier’s new games as and when they are released.

Yggdrasil chief executive Fredrik Elmqvist commented that it was very exciting to see ComeOn join the likes of Unibet, Mr Green and Vera&John as a customer.

“I have followed [ComeOn] since it was a power point with great ambition and I have seen them grow to what they are today and I of course have full confidence in their experienced management team,” he said.

CO-Gaming spokesman Hans Martin Nakkim said that as one of the fastest-growing online gaming operators, his company was committed to providing customers with strong content and innovative games.

“From Yggdrasil we get a handful good titles for both PC and mobile from day one, and the prospect of 10 to 12 more titles next year,” Nakkim continued. “We are confident that this addition will be well received in our core Northern-European markets.”

Yggdrasil noted that it was expecting to significantly add to its client base over the course of 2014, with its highest-profile customer, Unibet, going live last week.

Earlier this week the supplier expanded into Gibraltar, opening an office in the territory and hiring former SHFL Entertainment employee Ulf Norder to lead its team there. The company already has offices in Malta and Poland.