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Casino gaming group Yggdrasil announced this week announced that they've signed a content agreement with Dreamtech Gaming and will add the developer's games to their platform as a result.
The agreement will see Dreamtech joining the YGS Masters platform, which will develop games to be offered to Yggdrasil's casino partners. The platform was announced a few months ago, and there are now six teams working with YGS. These groups also include AvatarUX, 4ThePlayer, Fantasma, Rabcat and Northern Lights and its believed that this first games will launch this quarter.
Commenting on the agreement Yggdrasil's Stuart McCarthy said, "We are delighted to welcome Dreamtech Gaming to the YGS Masters family. Their unique take on Asian-themed content will perfectly complement our studio's growing portfolio.
"The addition of Dreamtech to our burgeoning platform is consistent with our strategy to become the best global content publisher in the market, and we look forward to continuing to grow YGS Masters."
Dreamtech Gaming's Thomas Lu added: "We are very excited to be joining YGS Masters, which is rapidly developing a reputation as the industry-leading content curation programme.
"It gives us a unique opportunity to combine our state-of-the-art graphics and design with Yggdrasil's market leading tools and strong market outreach.
"We can't wait to introduce our upcoming games to all future partners and look forward to a long and fruitful partnership with Yggdrasil."