Yggdrasil strikes content partnership deal with Casino Davos in Switzerland
Yggdrasil has struck a distribution deal for its best-in-class games portfolio to go live in Switzerland with Casino Davos’ online brand Casino777.ch.
The operator’s local customers will soon have access to the supplier’s extensive library of innovative, and player centric games, including titles featuring Yggdrasil’s high-performing and popular mechanical frameworks Gigablox, Gigarise, Multimax and Splitz.
Casino Davos is a well-established land-based casino operator in Switzerland who has swiftly become the market leader with its online brand Casino777 following new regulation coming into effect in 2019.
The deal is an important step for Yggdrasil who continues to deliver on its regulatory market strategy with a vision to become the undisputed leading worldwide publisher of online gambling content. The deal is made possible by Yggdrasil’s ISO/ IEC27001 accreditation which is used as a regulation benchmark in Switzerland.
Björn Krantz, Chief of Global Market Operations at Yggdrasil, said: “We are very proud to partner up with Casino Davos, one of the market leaders and most reputable operators in Switzerland. “Our agreement with Casino Davos marks yet another milestone achievement and shows our organisational strength to deliver on our business strategy and commitment to expanding our footprint into high value regulated markets in close collaboration with the most prominent and well-established local partners. Both parties are now working closely together on the integration and the planning for a successful launch to take place soon.”
Léonard Huguenin, Online Casino Manager at Casino777.ch, said: “Yggdrasil is a market-leading slot supplier with a library of renowned titles that stand the test of time, as well as new and thrilling games that never fail to impress. We are delighted to soon be able to offer their best-in-class games portfolio to our entire network of players, and we look forward to a very successful long-term collaboration.”