Online casino game developer and provider of GATI technology; Yggdrasil, has today stated that it is impressed with Bang Bang Games as the two firms join forces and form a partnership that will see Bang Bang Games join YG Masters.
YG Masters is a compliance and regulation ready programme from Yggdrasil designed specifically to accelerate business growth of iGaming companies worldwide. Once a game studio joins the programme, they will be part of the Yggdrasil network and allow its content to be distributed across the globe.
Frank McPolin of Bang Bang Games commented on the join-up:
“Yggdrasil is at the forefront of innovation, and we are very excited to enter into this partnership which will allow us to accelerate our global portfolio reach using Yggdrasil’s standardised GATI technology as key enabler.
We have been big fans of Yggdrasil for many years, and knowing that prominent, high calibre studios are already part of the YG Masters programme, puts us in great company.
We are confident we can bring something different to the Yggdrasil distribution network and can’t wait to start showing the world what we’re made of.”
According to reports, Yggdrasil has been keeping an eye on this particular game studio for a while and has been impressed with the game mechanics of its titles.
Stuart McCarthy of Yggdrasil spoke out about what the deal means to him and his firm:
“We are thrilled to welcome Bang Bang Games to the YG Masters family.
We have been keeping an eye on Bang Bang for some time now and have been impressed with the team and the game mechanics they are developing.
It’s going to be very exciting to see the Bang Bang team carve their place in the industry using our unique GATI technology as a go-to market, and business strategy enabler.”
Yggdrasil is at the forefront of innovation when it comes to casino and slot games and the programme already has some impressive company names on board.
Bang Bang Games, established in 2020, is one of the newest game studios to enter the online casino market and is preparing for the release of its first casino game Wrath of Gods.