Gigablox to Enhance Development of 4ThePlayer.com
Another up-and-coming YG Masters partner from London, UK, 4ThePlayer, has decided to boost its future game production with Yggdrasil’s highly successful Gigablox mechanic.
Among the latest entrants into the program are Reflex Gaming and Peter & Sons, whose further development is now also based on the supplier’s new Game Engagement Offering (GEM).
Improved Development Process
As reported, 4ThePlayer will incorporate the provider’s proven mechanic GEM into its game development process to significantly increase player engagement and retention levels.
The success of Gigablox mechanic contributed to making Yggdrasil’s first proprietary games Hades and Lucky Neko. As a result, these titles represent two of the best performing releases for the supplier last year.
It is now widely known that the Gigablox framework enables dynamic reels to spawn gigantic blocks up to 6x6 in size, thus generating colossal wins for the player and building up more anticipation, thrill and excitement.
As earlier indicated, 4ThePlayer has now joined Peter & Sons, Reflex Gaming, DreamTech Gaming and Bang Bang Games, who also signed up for GEM in the last couple of months to incorporate the new mechanics and exploit their full potential with every new product.
However, Yggdrasil has perfected game development not only by launching Gigablox, but Splitz and MultiMAX too, which are also available to partners as part of the GEM offering.
The Swedish provider and subsidiary of Cherry AB has announced that more mechanics will be added soon.
“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,” explains Stuart McCarthy, head of partner programs at the company.
According to Chris Ash, founder and business development director at the UK-based software studio, 4ThePlayer, innovation within the entertainment business is key to building new games, and Yggdrasil’s impressive Gigablox mechanic will allow the studio to start many interesting projects in 2021.
The company already has an exciting concept for a Gigablox game and looks forward to releasing it later this year.
Booming with Reel Life Games
Among the latest newcomers to Yggdrasil’s YG Masters program is also Reel Life Games, whose access to the provider’s technology for content development was officially initiated in March 2021.
The supplier’s extensive operator network will help this up-and-coming provider of real money slots to ensure rapid distribution across global markets and apply ground-breaking protocols of Game Adaptation Tools & Interface (GATI) during production, famous for giving partners access to a preconfigured, regulation-ready development toolkit.
Reel Life Games was founded only recently by land-based casino veterans with years of experience in the business. The Chicago-based studio will be focused on creating successful and evergreen slot themes, designed to deliver novel, entertaining experiences all around the world.
“4ThePlayer to leverage Yggdrasil’s GEM offering”, yggdrasilgaming.com, April 7, 2021.
VlagreDis 2 years ago
Providers with similar development aspirations will undoubtedly level up the production with Yggrdrasil’s frontrunning technology, it is already showing great results for many emerging suppliers, look at Reelplay and Dreamtech.
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