Yggdrasil’s MultiMAX, GigaBlox and Splitz soon available in partners studios’ games

Yggdrasil’s MultiMAX, GigaBlox and Splitz soon available in partners studios’ games

Yggdrasil Casino has extended its YG Masters Program offering to its studio partners, allowing these creators to gain access to new proprietary mechanics.

Yggdrasil’s YG Masters Program has come a long way as it has played a big role in producing innovative slot and table game titles the past year. In 2021, the iGaming giant wants to make sure their studio partners through the YG Masters Program would provide even better games.

Yggdrasil Extends YG Masters Program to Give Partners Access to Proprietary Mechanics

More innovative new slot titles to come from Yggdrasil Casino

To ensure their partners stay ahead of the competition, Yggdrasil grants these developers access to all of their mechanics, including s Gigablox, MultiMAX and Splitz.

Stuart McCarthy, head of partner programs at Yggdrasil, understands their studio partner must take their ability to produce entertaining games to another gear. He believes that providing these studios with the right tool and top-rated core mechanics would only lead to the creation of more fascinating games through the program.

“The competition in the slots market is immense. Using recognised and successful mechanical frameworks at the heart of a game is key to attracting players and turbo charging the game performance so this was a natural next step for us to take,” McCarthy said in the press release.

“Our proprietary mechanics have been a revelation this year, so much so that we have had to recalibrate what successful releases look like. Driven by these triumphs we are thrilled to now share this opportunity exclusively with our YG Masters partners.”

Setting the pace in iGaming industry

Dreamtech Gaming and Bang Bang Games have already signed up to become the first studios integrating the new proprietary mechanics from Yggdrasil. These partner studios are expected to release games that will have striking similarities to the mechanics of Yggdrasil’s top games of 2020.

Yggdrasil introduced three intuitive gameplay mechanics to their game portfolio in 2020. These are Gigablox, MultiMAX and Splitz. Gigablox.

Yggdrasil’s Lucky Neko and Hades featured the Gigablox mechanics, which is basically gigantic symbols popping up on the reels leading to big wins when stacked. On the other hand, Splitz is about the splitting mystery symbols on the reels for more winning combinations. The Splitz mechanics has been featured in Temple Stacks, Neon Rush and Syncronite. Meanwhile, Yggdrasil’s Multifly adapts the MultiMAX, which is aimed to accumulate multipliers for more cascading reels.

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