Casino and slots developer; Yggdrasil, has today announced that it is looking to recruit a new Art Director to join their creative team in Krakow, Poland.
In a recruitment drive launched earlier today, the firm, which provides a number of online gaming solutions to iGaming operators, has stated that it is looking for someone who can challenge ‘the status quo on a daily basis’ and lead ‘the design of the very best art, animation and assets to take the best Casino Games in the world to even higher levels!’
Yggdrasil is a Games producer with a reputation for making some the best games in the iGaming and online casino industry.
Top Yggdrasil titles include: Pirates – Smugglers Paradise, The Royal Family, Age of Asgard, Nikola Tesla’s Incredible Machine, Baron Samedi, Ozwin’s Jackpots, Jungle Books and Jokerizer.
“The new Art Director will oversee the development and all aspects of the illustration, animation and UI design for multiple game projects. This is a fantastic opportunity for someone to get hands-on producing 2D and 3D artwork, managing/leading a growing art team with an established and creatively driven games provider.”
Objectives of the role include working with artists, designers and the rest of the game team to define the visual direction of a product and maintain direction, consistency, and quality, overseeing the work of the artists across multiple projects simultaneously to ensure it meets the Yggdrasil standard of high-quality art among others.
The company states that it is driven by innovation, creativity, and technology in a truly open and multinational culture and is enjoying huge year on year growth.
Yggdrasil’s latest slot release is Multifly, a game that is packed with fierce features including Dropdown Wins, Wilds and the MultiMAX feature that allows every win to be multiplied by up to 5 different multipliers.
According to the game developer’s official website, the firm has enhanced its business continuity plan and also adopted a specific emergency policy to account for COVID-19, including the migration of its development, staging and production environments onto the secure Google Cloud Platform (GCP).