Yggdrasil partners with Jokerstar for German expansion

The two companies hope to offer a “portfolio of proven titles” to the online expansion.

Gaming provider Yggdrasil has partnered with the German operator Jokerstar to expand its content to a new audience in the regulated German market.

Through the agreement, all Yggdrasil’s slots and games curated from the YG Masters program will be made available to Jokerstar’s customers.

Popular titles such as Game Engagement Mechanics (GEMs) will also be integrated through the deal.

Yggdrasil chief commercial operations officer Andrew Pegler said: “We are thrilled to partner up with such a strong brand in Germany, offering our popular content to even more local players.

“Jokerstar has been a leading entertainment company for years in the retail sector in the country and we are excited to contribute to their online expansion.”

Jokerstar focuses on offering customers a “premium experience” by introducing content from suppliers worldwide. By partnering with Yggdrasil, both companies hope to offer players a thrilling and exciting experience.

Jokerstar project manager and business development Nico Muller said: “We have high ambitions for our new online casino and by teaming up with a well-established supplier like Yggdrasil, we will be able to offer our customers a portfolio of proven titles.

“Boasting a wide range of mechanics, features and themes, we are certain the offering will be a hit with players and will ensure we further establish ourselves as a competitive and exciting online casino operator in Germany.”


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Written by Isabella Aslam


Isabella is an experienced writer in B2B and B2C journalism. Alongside crypto, Isabella writes and discusses the topics of relationships and psychology. Isabella holds a first-class degree in music journalism and often interviews electronic artists and DJs.

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