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Yggdrasil and Tabcorp in Sun Vegas deal

Yggdrasil Gaming has agreed a deal with Tabcorp for its slots to be featured on the Sun Vegas platform.

Under the terms of the deal the supplier of online and mobile casino games will see its full portfolio of slots integrated, including the recently released Jungle Books and Valley of the Gods.

Adam Ruffett, Director of Casino at Tabcorp UK, said: “Yggdrasil provides the type of high-quality games our customers demand, so we are delighted to add them to our growing library of titles.

“We’ve been particularly impressed by the powerful and versatile in-game promotional tools which back up these games, and are confident they will prove popular on Sun Vegas.”

As part of the deal Sun Vegas is to also have access to Boost, Yggdrasil’s collection of in game promotional tools, and Brag, its social sharing tool.

Fredrik Elmqvist, CEO at Yggdrasil, said: “It has been almost two years since we made the strategic decision to enter the UK, and our growth in the jurisdiction has been very encouraging.

“Adding a brand as recognisable in the UK as The Sun is yet another major coup for us, and perfectly displays the growing demand for Yggdrasil content in this exciting market.”

This follows news of a new title launched by Yggdrasil titled Reptoids, a 1960s inspired extra terrestrial slot.

Featuring ‘old school graphics’ Reptoids sees aliens become exposed in top government positions, with new features also introduced alongside a storyline designed to further engage with users.

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