A YG Masters partner since 2019, multinational online casino game designer DreamTech Gaming has now chosen Yggdrasil Gaming’s GATI (game adaption tools and interfaces) technology to realize its global business strategy.

The provider’s language agnostic and standardized GATI technology allows game studios and game developer partners to quickly scale their businesses while at the same time protecting their IP.

All partners of the Swedish company that adopts GATI are able to cross-sell their games to any Yggdrasil franchisee and can also share their respective games roadmaps, forging new methods of collaboration on a global scale and enabling new sources of revenue.

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Chief Executive Officer for DreamTech Gaming, Thomas Lu, commented on the decision in a recent press release, saying…

“Being part of YG Masters and using Yggdrasil’s unique and standardised GATI technology gives us maximum control and significantly decreases our time to market. We are excited to continue the journey with Yggdrasil in the Masters programme.

“Yggdrasil has introduced a scalable business model that will enable us to achieve our strategy and maximise our content’s potential. In addition, it will be easier to protect our IP and to manage our own resources and timelines. GATI and YG Masters is very important to us.”

Fantasy-based, Ice & Fire, the first title from the Asian-focused content developer [DreamTech Gaming] was released via the YGS Masters platform in February this year.

Expanding networks:

Also commenting on the move, Head of Partner Strategy and Sourcing for Yggdrasil, Stuart McCarthy, who added…

“The GATI technology gives partners like DreamTech Gaming a new and unique way to quickly build or port regulation-ready content for global distribution to our rapidly expanding operator and Franchise networks.

“The YG Masters Programme – Powered by GATI enables studios to quickly scale their businesses and boost revenue while their IP is protected, and local market compliance requirements are managed by us.”

Recent deals:

Both firms recently landed deals that will see their European presence expanded, with Yggdrasil making its award-winning content available to Microgame’s extensive network of operators in Italy and DreamTech gaining access to Relax Gaming‘s vast distribution network including leading brands such as Mr Green, LeoVegas and Kindred Group and its flagship brand Unibet.

Lucky Neko – Gigablox:

On June 24, Yggdrasil will be releasing its latest game, Lucky Neko, a classical Japan-inspired video slot complete with the innovative new Splitz mechanic, and Gigablox, the supplier’s new feature that uses oversized symbols to pull in more paylines. The new title offers medium to high variance action, an RTP of 96.4 percent and a max payout of 6,953x.