Yggdrasil gaming is a well-recognised name in the casino gaming industry, in particular, their slots offering. Hot on the heels of their Bingo product, Yggdrasil confirmed their entry and launch of their table games.
The news comes as part of the company’s 2018 innovation and enhancements. Yggdrasil’s developments will be on exhibition at the ICE Totally Gaming event next month. The event takes place in London and runs for two days.
Krzysztof Opalka, CPO at Yggdrasil said: “The table games vertical has been fairly static in recent years. But our product’s combination of social interaction and high-end playability is unlike any other currently on the market.”
As mentioned above, the company first launched Bingo, now Blackjack and plans to add Roulette and Baccarat later this year.
Yggdrasil In-house Technology
The REDUX technology is the backbone of this venture into the table games category. The winning combination includes live casino characteristics with RNG; plus, popular side bets!
In addition, the company has created several dealer characters. Each with their detailed programmes, including an array of facial expressions and body language. Culminating in an immersive 3D casino experience.
The best part about it is casino operators will have options to choose from. These include the ability to run the games from the standard branding or brand them according to the casino’s own theme and brand identity. The first casinos to go live with the new table games are a part of the Jackpotjoy Group – Vera and John, plus Intercasino.
Other important YGGDRASIL gaming news
In other news, the company closed its third deal in Denmark. The deal involves Bet25.dk and will see the online casino offer a full portfolio of Yggdrasil’s games.
In addition to the Denmark deal, they boosted their Italian footprint by pairing with betting and gaming operator Snaitech. Snaitech is one the most respected names in European gambling. Taking into consideration of all of the above, we would definitely say 2018 is off to a great start for Yggdrasil.