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June 24, 2021

Japanese, Vietnamese and Thai language versions of Jokerizer and Winterberries video slot

Yggdrasil rolls out Asian games

(Malta).- Yggdrasil Gaming has launched its first Asian-facing products allowing its network of existing partners to say “Konnichiwa” to its unique slot, keno and scratch card games.

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apanese, Vietnamese and Thai language versions of Yggdrasil Gaming’s flagship Jokerizer and Winterberries video slot games are live and available from today. Jokerizer is a five-reel, 10-payline game that includes features such as mystery scatter wins that, once unlocked, increase a player’s chances of claiming a substantial cash prize. Winterberries, a fast high-roller slot game is one of its latest releases.

The company is in the process of finalising localised versions of its cutting-edge content portfolio with further slot games, keno and scratch card products due to be made available across a variety of Asian languages at the end of March.

Yggdrasil Gaming, that specialises in slots and lottery games as well as pooled progressive jackpots, has signed a number of licensing deals in the last few months with some of the most innovative gaming operators in the industry including Mr Green, LeoVegas and Vera&John. Yggdrasil provides these operators with a full suite of 25 ground-breaking games as well as its rapidly expanding roadmap of new offerings.

Fredrik Elmqvist, CEO of Yggdrasil Gaming, said: “The launch of our first Asian-facing and Asian language games is a real milestone. The games look great in whatever language they are in but crucially this now means that thousands more players will be able to play our games. The word is spreading fast!

“The decision to localise our content has been driven by customer feedback and a mutual team effort between us and our partners. It’s a pleasure working with clients who demand maximum business development. It pushes us to constantly innovate and means we’re more competitive as a result. We listen very carefully to our partners and react to their needs,” Elmqvist added. 

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