4ThePlayer’s future video slot titles to feature Yggdrasil’s proprietary mechanics

4ThePlayer’s future video slot titles to feature Yggdrasil’s proprietary mechanics

4ThePlayer has secured an agreement with iGaming giant Yggdrasil, which will enable the game developer to incorporate the supplier’s top-notch proprietary payout mechanics into its future video slot titles.

New Commercial Deal: 4ThePlayer-Yggdrasil 

In a press release this week, the slot-maker announced the expansion of its ongoing deal with Yggdrasil by signing up to the latter’s Game Engagement Offering.’

The move will see 4ThePlayer utilize the Gigablox, Splitz, and MultiMax game engines during the game development phase of its future slot titles. 

The studio may have sensed the need to drive up the player engagement and retention levels of their games by incorporating Yggdrasil’s proprietary mechanics, which has received a score of positive reviews since their launch last year.  

 Lucky Neko and Hades are just two of many games that have already incorporated the Gigablox engine, which features gigantic symbols popping out on the reels, leading to awesome prizes when stacked.

Yggdrasil’s affiliated studios have also made good use of the Splitz payout mechanics. Slot titles such as Syncronite, Neon Rush, and Tempo Stacks have demonstrated the full potential of the Splitz mechanics, which splits mystery symbols on the reels for more ways, extra scatters, longer lines, or bigger clusters.

Finally, Multifly shows to everyone why a game built on the MultiMax engine is fun and engaging to play. This game mechanics features stockpiling of multipliers on the reels that trigger a cascade of wins.

Key People on the Deal

Stuart McCarthy, head of partner programs at Yggdrasil, commented on the expanded partnership with 4ThePlayer.

“Our mechanics significantly elevate the games incorporating them and add new levels of excitement and engagement that will have players coming back for more,” 

“We are excited to expand our partnership with 4ThePlayer and to see them release games using Giglablox, which will strengthen their existing portfolio.” 

Chris Ash, founder and business development director at 4ThePlayer, shared the company’s plans with Yggdrasil’s proprietary mechanics, particularly the Gigablox engine.    

“Innovation and entertainment are key elements for us when we’re creating new games, and you can find both in Yggdrasil’s impressive Gigablox mechanic. We already have an exciting concept for a Gigablox game and look forward to releasing it later this year.”

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