Veikkaus signs supply deals with Yggdrasil and NetEnt

Veikkaus signs supply deals with Yggdrasil and NetEnt

Monday, October 22, 2018 Posted by News Team

Finnish state gambling operator Veikkaus is to launch new casino games from Yggdrasil and NetEnt for customers, having finalised new agreements with each supplier.

This will see Yggdrasil games such as Penguin City, Hanzo’s Dojo and Wolf Hunters go live alongside the supplier’s range of in-game promotional tools Boost. 

Yggdrasil chief executive Fredrik Elmqvist said he was “thrilled” to partner Veikkaus, adding that he hoped for “a long and mutually beneficial relationship.”

“We are happy to join with the Yggdrasil team to bring its unique and innovative games to our loyal players,” Veikkaus vice president of casino games Jan Hagelberg commented. “Yggdrasil casino content is proven to perform well across regulated markets and we are confident our players will enjoy them on a regular basis.”

NetEnt said that it expects to launch its games for Veikkaus in the first half of 2019, adding that it expects to generate up to €9m in revenue over the four-year contract. 

”We are very proud to enter this collaboration with Finland’s largest gaming operator Veikkaus,” NetEnt Malta managing director and group chief product officer Henrik Fagerlund said. “The deal is an important milestone for our presence on the Finnish market and I am convinced that our thrilling games will be much appreciated by Veikkaus’ players.”

Hagelberg added: “We are delighted to partner with NetEnt, known for its iconic games and innovative gaming solutions. 

“NetEnt's games have been proven to perform well and are constantly asked by our loyal customers. We are excited to be able to offer them soon in our online casino.”


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