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Betting group Northern Lights Gaming has announced that they've adopted Yggdrasil's GATI technology platform for building content.
The deal will see GATI's backend tools being provided to Northern Lights, who'll then use the software to develop and cross-sell games to Yggdrasil's existing franchisees. Northern Lights currently has seven slots in their library, but they'll be using this platform to get their games out to more eyeballs. For their part, Yggdrasil has been working to work beyond solely developing games by introducing backend tools, a gaming platform, and a Masters program to help budding developers get their games out.
"We are very excited about developing our games on the GATI platform and taking our business to another level using this strategic and innovative technology and unique collaborative business model," said Northern Lights CEO Andrew Goodale. "This gives us complete control of the entire development process and how we design games without having to make any compromises, plus it will enable us to achieve our business strategy quicker and at scale, across global markets."
Yggdrasil Head of Partner Strategy and Sourcing Stuart McCarthy added: "This is a complete game-changer for our partners, giving them complete control over the rapid development and fully scalable deployment of their games onto our systems and standardised technology, which are fully compliant and packaged ready for distribution to our rapidly expanding operator and franchise networks.
"Studios can build content in any language they want with the knowledge that their math and mechanics IP is completely protected."