Yggdrasil Releases Groundbreaking Podcast Series for Industry

Yggdrasil, the world’s leading publisher of online gaming content, has released the first episode of a new podcast series dedicated to industry trends, developments and challenges.

The new podcast series, titled ‘What’s up YGG’, will feature ten episodes covering a variety of hot topics including game development, partner collaborations, player experience, game engagement mechanics, jackpots, the impact of the streamer community on the industry and more.

The episodes will be co-hosted by Stewart Darkin, Director of New Media at Square in the Air and Fredrik Elmqvist, CEO of Yggdrasil, and feature several industry figures to ensure in-depth and in-depth discussion and analysis.

Yggdrasil’s podcast series solidifies the provider’s commitment to being a leading global publisher of online gaming content and will give it the opportunity to present its industry expertise and product offering to a wider audience.

The first episode is now available for download on multiple platforms and features Yggdrasil CEO Fredrik Elmqvist, who introduces listeners to the company and the incredible journey Fredrik and his team have taken to get to where they are today. ‘hui. Watch the podcast and enjoy the latest and greatest igaming news, ideas and entertainment.

Fredrik Elmqvist, CEO of Yggdrasil, said: “We are very excited to present our podcast series as a new channel to connect with our industry colleagues as well as our global audience interested in our fascinating industry.

“You can expect an interesting mix of episode topics, inspiring guests, and lots of fun. Through ten episodes, we hope to give listeners real insight and analysis of several crucial industry topics, challenges and opportunities with our distinguished guests.

“At Yggdrasil, we are committed to being a global publisher of online gaming content and we continue to push the boundaries to grow and innovate as a business. We can’t wait to share this podcast series with the world.

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