Yggdrasil, one of the most recognizable global suppliers of iGaming content, has received a license from the Hellenic Gaming Commission, allowing the operator to offer its content to the Greek market.
The license is issued by the Hellenic Gaming Commission, and it enables Yggdrasil to launch its award-winning games portfolio to Greek players under the country’s newly regulated online gaming market.
Yggdrasil’s wide range of premium content, including its proprietary Game Engagement Mechanics (GEM) are now available to operators in the Greek market. Also, titles from the YG Masters program are also available, with all of its exclusive content from third party studios.
Yggdrasil is already partnered with numerous Greek operators and the partnerships will be announced over the next few months.
Delivering Regulatory Market Strategy
Representatives from Yggdrasil, which recently debuted its 3021 The Bounty Hunter slot, say that they are continuing on delivering on their regulatory market strategy and that obtaining the Greek license is a big step forward for the company.
Björn Krantz, Chief of Global Market Operations at Yggdrasil, said: “It goes without saying that Yggdrasil is yet again walking the talk and we continue to deliver on our regulatory market strategy.
“To obtain the Greek licence, and to capitalise on our ISO/IEC27001 accreditation is yet another milestone and achievement from the great team we have here at Yggdrasil. We would like to thank all local partners for their support in making a difference with Yggdrasil and our best-in-class portfolio of innovative games in Greece.”
Yggdrasil was founded in 2013 and during its years in the iGaming industry became one of the leading providers of superior online gaming solutions for iGaming operators. It operates within the regulated remote gambling industry and is fully committed to fulfilling the licensing requirements of the licensing jurisdictions. The company holds licenses from the United Kingdom Gambling Commission, Malta Gaming Authority, and the Romanian regulator (ONJN). It received its first license back in 2013 and in 2015 the company reached a milestone by releasing its in-game promotional tool Boost.
“Yggdrasil set for Greek market entry after licensing approval”, europeangaming.eu, August 17, 2021.
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