Online casino content developer Yggdrasil is extending the range of its ‘boost’ gamification tools, affording operators further depth in deepening player campaigns and enhancing user experience.

Bringing the products to both its existing and upcoming collection of table games, it allows the creation of a range of prize mechanics and instant player rewards across all titles in the firm’s portfolio.

This moves allows partners to “immediately bring campaigns to life” via prize drops, that instantly trigger cash prizes at any time, and mystery prize drop, which allow consumers to be in with a chance of uncovering hidden treasures.

Currently available across the Yggdrasil blackjack suite, the company states that it is “taking its table games offering to the next level” by offering a new portfolio of roulette products across the next two years.

This new set of additional games include the VIP-themed golden chip roulette, which has set an ambition of providing an enhanced user experience across all devices that heighten engagement and subsequently increase acquisition and retention rates.

Features include new missions, faster spins, amplified near miss experiences, user friendly mobile functionality such as ‘pinch to zoom’, and straight up bets, offering odds ranging from 10x to 500x instead of 36x on standard roulette.

The improved boost marketing tools feature within Yggdrasil’s range of upcoming higher volatility table games, “offering players more chances to win in every round”. 

Fredrik Elmqvist, CEO of Yggdrasil, commented: “Boost has proven a huge success for our customers since we pioneered gamification tools several years ago. We’ll soon be debuting new and improved boost features in our expanded table games offering. 

“Our new roulette will launch with prize drops and missions, allowing operators to further increase player session times and engagement. User experience is significantly enhanced in just a few clicks. It couldn’t be simpler, and the results, both for operators and their players, are amazing.”