Published By Mia Gardner : 23 Nov 2017 | Last Updated: 24 Dec 2020
The new promotion will launch at online casinos from December 1 all the way through to January 3 to celebrate the festive season at Yggdrasil’s online and mobile casino partners. It will offer thrilling cash and credit prizes that range between $10 and $10,000 on specific events, including the completion of various mystery tournaments and missions.
Many of Yggdrasil Gaming’s own cutting-edge slots will be part of the Christmas promotion as well, giving the developer’s fans something to look forward to next month as they spin to win. These games will include Valley of the Gods, Vikings Go Berzerk, Jungle Books, and many other smash hits from Yggdrasil’s studios, all of which will be available to play for real money and will hold exciting prizes, too.
Christmas has traditionally always been a lucrative time of the year for online casinos, and Yggdrasil is hoping that the prizes offered by the promotion will prompt even more players to try their award winning games this coming month.
Furthermore, to promote these prizes, the developer will also promote the promotion through its BOOST and BRAG backend gaming platforms that are part of its offerings to its online casino partners. Players and potential clients will receive promotional messages and reminders to join in on the fun and gifts this December, and players from all over the world are welcome to participate.
Commenting on the upcoming launch of the promotion, Yggdrasil CEO Frederik Elmqvist noted that last year’s Christmas Calendar was so successful that this year, his company decided to ‘go even bigger’ with their seasonal offers. He noted that his firm has doubled the prize pool on offer to $500,000 in an attempt to help operators engage and thrill their players over the holiday season.
The CEO also added that Yggdrasil wants to encourage operators this year to use the December calendar in the strategic management of their campaigns. This, he says, will help them to really stand out from their competition this Christmas time, ultimately leading to better than ever player retention.