The Christmas holiday is a time when online casino operators offer something new and exciting for their players. Operators who use Yggdrasil Gaming software will now be able to provide their members with an exciting Christmas Calendar, set to launch on December 1st and offer players more than a month of events, and a total of €500,000 in cash prizes.
The Yggdrasil Christmas Calendar will kick off on the 1st of December and run until January 3rd. The calendar will include BOOST, a unique collection of in-game promotional tools created by Yggdrasil. Within the Calendar, players will have access to several tournaments and missions along with Mystery Cash Races. Players will be able to earn cash prizes during these events, ranging from €10 to €10,000. The Christmas Calendar will also be connected to Yggdrasil’s BRAG tool, so players have the ability to share their winning spins via social media sites.
The developer’s most popular games will be featured during the special Christmas Calendar, including new titles such as Jungle Books and Valley of the Gods. Classic games will also be included, such as Holmes and the Stolen Stones plus Vikings Go Wild.
Operators who offer the Yggdrasil Christmas Calendar will be able to provide promotional activities without any additional execution because the campaigns are fully automated, allowing player’s accounts to be credited instantly with any cash prizes won.
Fredrik Elmqvist, the CEO of Yggdrasil Gaming, commented on the Christmas Calendar stating that last year the event was a success, so the company decided to go bigger this year. The prize pool has been more than doubled, allowing operators to better engage and retain their players. Elmqvist stated further that Yggdrasil wants to encourage operators to use the calendar and be creative, standing apart from the competition during the holiday season.
Yggdrasil will offer the calendar to partner operators, which will see players in the United Kingdom, as well as Italy, take part. In Italy, players will enjoy a standalone calendar of €20,000, with the sole focus being the Italian market.