Circle Eight Games has signed-up to Yggdrasil’s YG Masters program, following in the footsteps of recent collaborations inked with Peter & Sons, Betsson Group, Jelly, and ReelPlay.
Eyeing an acceleration of its business strategy and global market goals via the partnership, the US-based games studio, inspired by the brick-and-mortar gaming experience, will be able to create and distribute gaming content using Yggdrasil’s GATI technology.
GATI, or Game Adaptation Tools & Interface, is a preconfigured, regulation-ready development toolkit that enables studios and game developers to apply standardised technology to develop and distribute titles worldwide
YG Masters studios enjoy access to GATI, as well as the wide Yggdrasil network of operating partners in numerous regulated igaming markets. As a result, partners, including Circle Eight Games, can build and distribute games globally to maximise revenue in close collaboration with Yggdrasil.
“We are thrilled to become a YG Masters partner and look forward to getting to work to develop the most fun, captivating and compelling casino games on the market,” stated Ryan Cuddy, president of Circle Eight Games.
“We are constantly looking to break new ground and deliver gaming products that surpass expectations and, together with Yggdrasil and their GATI technology, we will be able to reach new heights.”
Through the GATI technology, YG Masters partners can adopt the interface to cross-sell all titles to any YG franchisee, leading to collaborations on a global scale, aimed at growing revenue streams for multiple parties.
Stuart McCarthy, head of partner programs at Yggdrasil, added: “I’m thrilled to welcome our first US studio, Circle Eight to the YG Masters program. These guys have cut their teeth in delivering awesome games to the floors of Vegas. I’m proud they have chosen YG masters as their partner for their global online expansion”.
“Circle Eight Games is a fantastic addition to the program and their team has a passion for gaming and creating superior gaming content that matches our own.”