• Peter & Sons Gains Access to Yggdrasil’s GEM Offer

    19 March 2021

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    Peter & Sons is the latest provider to take advantage of Yggdrasil’s Gigablox mechanic to improve the production of future titles. P&S will integrate Gigablox into the game development process, with the first game expected to be released this year. The mechanic, which has appeared in several games, such as in Hades and Lucky Neko, allows dynamic reels to generate a giant grid of 6 reels and 6 rows. P&S joined the YG Masters program five months ago, pursuing a rapid growth plan with access to GATI technology, which YG Masters partners use to create and broadcast games and expand their global reach.

    Adding Significant Value for YG Masters Partner

    Yggdrasil’s well-established mechanics for online slots will improve its latest partner’s casino content and put customer's experience on the next level!

    Stuart McCarthy, Head of Partner Programs at Yggdrasil, said: “We are thrilled with the interest in our GEM offering and it is a testament to the popularity of our mechanics with players around the globe. By incorporating Gigablox into their upcoming titles, Peter & Sons will be able to take their games to the next level and we look forward to seeing the results.”

    Yann Bautista, Busines Development Manager at Peter & Sons, added: “We are very happy to license Yggdrasil’s popular Gigablox mechanical framework to build new and exciting games to add to our growing portfolio. We are always looking for new ways to engage and surprise players and building on Yggdrasil’s proven slot mechanics sets a solid foundation for us to create thrilling new content. Access to Yggdrasil’s GEM offering adds significant business value for us as a YG Masters partner.”

    More on the Supplier

    Peter & Sons is a promising supplier of casino solutions thanks to their impressive slots, which keep players entertained and more engaged. The brand operates from the offices in Armenia, and it looks like that creative team of artists and developers founded a winning formula for its interesting titles. It is made up of a group of international gaming fanatics who already have expertise in both casino and mobile game development. Judging by the characters in the different slots it has created, they are very similar to each other, although their themes are completely different. Its most popular titles are Johnan Legendarian, Sheriff Colt and D’Cirque.

    Source: “Peter & Sons agrees Yggdrasil Game Engagement Mechanics (GEM) offering”. Yggdrasil Gaming. March 16, 2021.

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