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Casino Barcelona Online signs content agreement with Yggdrasil

Innovative gaming solutions supplier Yggdrasil has signed a content partnership with prestigious operator Casino Barcelona. 

Casinobarcelona.es is the online platform of Casino Barcelona, a landmark on the casino map in Europe. Being licensed by Spain’s National Gambling Commission enables Casinobarcelona.es to offer all games on their quickly growing platform to a large local customer base.

Yggdrasil will provide its premium portfolio of casino games as well as its in-game promotional tool BOOST®, accelerating the growth of casinobarcelona.es as a market leader in Spain. The games will be available on both desktop and mobile devices and include latest slot release Wolf Hunters, classic titles such as Valley of the Gods and the blockbuster Vikings trilogy that has proven very successful in recent years.

Xavier Ballester, Director of Casino Barcelona Online, said: “This agreement is very important for us and is part of our strategy, since Yggdrasil’s content matches our brand values of offering our players the highest quality products, and I’m in no doubt its games will be liked by our players”.

Fredrik Elmqvist, CEO, Yggdrasil, said: “I’m delighted to be partnering with Casino Barcelona, one of the most significant and prestigious brands in Europe.

“We now have some extremely strong Spanish partners who will benefit from our premium range of high-quality content, and I’m very much looking forward to working closely with them all, as well as coming ones, while the market continues to develop.”

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