YG Masters partner Reflex Gaming has signed an agreement to incorporate leading igaming content publisher Yggdrasil’s proprietary mechanic, Gigablox.
Yggdrasil’s proven Gigablox mechanic has featured in several successful games, including Lucky Neko and Hades, and Reflex Gaming will now be able to utilise the popular feature within its titles.
The Gigablox framework enables dynamic reels to spawn gigantic blocks up to 6x6 stacked. The company says that “besides leading to potentially massive wins, the mechanic also enables GigaBlox battles, a truly innovative gaming experience.”
Reflex Gaming joins DreamTech Gaming and Bang Bang Games to become the third YG Masters partner to sign up to Yggdrasil’s framework agreement following the launch of the new offering late last year.
Yggdrasil’s framework offering is part of its innovative YG Masters programme, enabling studios to create and distribute gaming content using its revolutionary GATI technology. GATI is a preconfigured, regulation-ready development toolkit. It allows studios and game developers to apply standardised technology to develop and distribute games around the world.
Three of Yggdrasil’s mechanics, Splitz MultiMAX and Gigablox, are available to partners to use within their content creation to help drive player engagement and retention levels. Reflex Gaming joined YG Masters in June last year, with the studio’s first game, Moley Moolah, released through the program in November 2020.
Stuart McCarthy, head of partner programs at Yggdrasil, said: “By offering our proven mechanics to our YG Masters partners they can launch new games knowing they will appeal to global players. YG Masters help our partners rapidly develop content for distribution to our vast operator network, while within our framework offering, studios can elevate their portfolios even further."