Only two weeks after launching its new five-reel and 25-payline Trolls Bridge 2 video slot and Maltese online casino games developer, Yggdrasil Gaming Limited, has now announced that it will be rolling out its Boost family of gamification tools for use across its complete portfolio of table games.

Blackjack beginnings:

Headquartered in the northern Valletta suburb of Sliema, the firm used an official press release to declare that its Boost collection allow operators to ‘create amazing campaigns and enhance user experiences with innovative prize mechanics across all games’ and have already been integrated onto its many blackjack titles including its Lucky Blackjack and Sonya Blackjack advances.

Rewarding tools:

A subsidiary of Swedish online casino operator Cherry AB, Yggdrasil Gaming detailed that its Boost gamification tools encompass the Prize Drop attraction, which allows players to randomly trigger an instant cash reward, alongside the equally treasure-laden Mystery Prize Drop innovation. It stated that these and many more improvements are to soon be a staple ‘for both its existing and highly-anticipated collection of forthcoming table games’ and will offer iGaming operators the ability to ‘create unforgettable campaigns with instant player rewards’.

Roulette successors:

Fredrik Elmqvist, Chief Executive Officer for Yggdrasil, used the press release to proclaim that his firm will be ‘taking its table games offering to the next level by offering a new portfolio of exciting roulette products’ over the coming twelve months including the VIP-themed Golden Chip Roulette. He explained that all of these are to come complete with the Boost family of gamification tools to offer players the new Missions feature as well as amplified near miss experiences, faster spins and user-friendly mobile functionality such as its ‘pinch-to-zoom’ innovation.

Outlandish odds:

As if all of this wasn’t enough, the executive moreover pronounced that roulette aficionados will soon be able to take advantage of ‘straight up bets offering odds’ that range from ten times to 500 times the initial stake rather than the currently standard 36-time reward. He stated that innovations such as these are set to provide ‘an enhanced user experience across all devices’ that is certain to ‘keep players engaged and significantly increase acquisition and retention rates for operators.’

Elmqvist’s statement read…

“Boost has proven a huge success for our customers since we pioneered gamification tools several years ago. We’ll soon be debuting new and improved Boost features in our expanded table games offering. Our new roulette will launch with Prize Drops and Missions, allowing operators to further increase player session times and engagement. User experience is significantly enhanced in just a few clicks. It couldn’t be simpler and the results, both for operators and their players, are amazing.”