€60,000 up for grabs with must-win jackpots and missions on Yggdrasil titles

Yggdrasil, the premium provider of slot games and casino content, is celebrating the seasonal sunshine with a thrilling Summer Fiesta campaign.

Over 10-days, from the 8th to 18th August, Yggdrasil will give out a total of €60,000 to players participating in a special jackpot-drops-and-mission campaign running across a wide range of its award-winning smash-hit slots.

Jackpot drops combine the popular prize drop tool with the recently released jackpot game Jackpot Raiders, as well as Ozwin’s Jackpot, and the classic Holmes and the Stolen Stones.

During this first part of the campaign, players must simply open one of the participating games and place a bet for a chance to trigger one of the many cash rewards including 3 whopping jackpot prizes. During this stage players can also win one of the several jackpots offered in the participating slots!

In the second part of the campaign, which is dedicated to Missions, players will have to complete objectives in the participating games and rank on a leader board for a chance to win one of the 400 prizes available. Mission titles include Yggdrasil-favourite Vikings Go Berzerk, as well as Spina Colada, Wild Robo Factory, and the upcoming release The One-Armed Bandit.

With colourful vibes and a considerable prize pool, Summer Fiesta combines all the best gameplay to satisfy any player preference. The campaign requires no set up from operators, and all prizes are covered by Yggdrasil.

Ana Georgieva, Head of Player Marketing at Yggdrasil, said: “We are excited to launch our Summer Fiesta campaign, which will surely make someone’s summer holidays better and will bring a lot of smiles.

“For 10 days in August, Yggdrasil games will have the power to make our players’ summers very special, and it couldn’t be easier for operators to facilitate our campaign.

“Combining huge jackpots and fun missions, our Summer Fiesta has something for everyone, and we can’t wait to have a great time with our fans.”

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