Fledgling casino games developer, Bang Bang games are the latest addition to Yggdrasil’s YG Masters program, gaining access to their GATI technology, an essential component for the developer’s growth strategy.
Bang Bang games was launched in 2020 by a group of industry veterans with a focus on producing highly engaging games featuring user-friendly mechanics. Joining the YG Masters program will allow the company to focus on creating premium products with Yggdrasil offering vital support regarding compliance, distribution, and commercialization.
The YG Masters program has seen rapid growth in recent months and provides independent iGaming studios with access to Yggdrasil’s technology and global distribution network, allowing them to develop and distribute online gaming content.
Yggdrasil’s GATI technology is a vital component of the YG masters program. GATI is a provisioned, regulation-compliant development toolkit that gives studios and developers a standardized solution that allows them to produce and distribute games internationally.
Studios like Bang Bang Games now have the opportunity to boost their reach and explore ways to accelerate revenue growth, thanks to this standardized interface solution.
Yggdrasil Partner Strategy and Sourcing Head Stuart McCarthy welcomed Bang Bang Games to the YG Masters family, revealing that his company had been observing the studio and its impressive game mechanics for some time.
McCarthy went on, stating that Yggdrasil is excited to see how Bang Bang Games intend to “carve their place in the industry using our unique GATI technology as a go-to market and business strategy enabler.”
The MD for Bang Bang Games, Frank McPolin expressed his enthusiasm for the future of the partnership, saying that it would greatly assist in accelerating the studio’s global portfolio reach “using Yggdrasil’s standardized GATI technology as a key enabler.”
McPolin and his team have been huge fans of Yggdrasil for years and are confident that they have a unique vision and energy that they can bring to its distribution network.