The top game provider, Yggdrasil, is moving forward in making sure its presence in one of the biggest existing markets is secure. This power move is a result of the Isle of Man Supervision Commission granting the company a B2B software license. Now, Yggdrasil has eight software licenses and because of this, it can operate in 4 top jurisdictions, UK, Gibraltar, Malta and Romania.
All and all, with this license, they say that they are fully “committed to fulfilling the licensing requirements and objectives of its licensing jurisdictions”. And so, they’ll always strive to “spearhead industry best practices”. As well as this, in order to abide by license requirements, it makes sure of the integrity of all games and devices they’re used on.
In essence, Yggdrasil wants to always ensure that its players are fully protected. Indeed, it strives to ensure fair play for all.
The CEO of Yggdrasil, Fredrik Elmqvist, takes great pride in making sure is sticks to best practice. He explained that ever since they began, they have always been “highly regulated and highly compliant” in all the biggest markets. Elmqvist says that they make sure that they emphasise “compliance and Responsible Gaming” in all of their products. He went on to say that they’re ecstatic “to add Isle of Man to its licenses”. And that he is looking forward to adding more in the future.
As you know, it was just last month that Yggdrasil first launched its Splitz slot mechanic. They’ll use it in their new slot games. They believe that it will be an exciting new feature that will make games even more thrilling.
The new feature will see mystery symbols fall onto the reels. The excitement grows as you find out how many symbols the tile will break into. If it splits in 3, all the tiles will be the same symbol and the wins could be huge. With new games in new markets, it’s an exciting time for the game provider. Especially since it seems they’re keeping up with the innovation pace of their closest rival, NetEnt.