YG Masters Adds TrueLab Games to Platform

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Yggdrasil Gaming's YG Masters Programme has a new partner as the group has added TrueLab Games, making the developer the latest to join onto the platform where they can cross-sell games to operators.

The agreement will allow TrueLab to distribute titles that have already been designed while also using Yggdrasil's toolkit to design and deploy additional titles. Under the terms of the Yggdrasil Masters Programme, any Yggdrasil operator is game to have games from a partner studio sold. Making their way in the deal are games like Startup Valley, Victoria Wild, and Sunstrike. TrueLab is licensed in Malta, meaning that their games will be available to many casinos that feature global clientele.

Commenting on the deal Yggdrasil's Stuart McCarthy said, "I'm thrilled to welcome our new partners True Lab to our flagship YG Masters programme, powered by the revolutionary GATI technology.

"True Lab has shown great promise with their recent games and their roadmap is packed with exciting content that will deliver all the thrills and excitement players are looking for. It's going to be fantastic to see them being integrated with GATI, commercialise their roadmap and help them achieve their global growth ambitions."

TrueLab Chief Business Development Officer Vasily Polynov added: "We are very excited with this partnership, which puts True Lab's stunning and innovative new games together with Yggdrasil's world-class YG Masters programme. Integration through their standardised GATI technology will give us an opportunity to scale our business operations in a very effective manner.

"True Lab aims to grow across a variety of regulated markets this year, and GATI is the ultimate tool and interface that will enable access to Yggdrasil's regulatory markets through a single integration. With our first partner product almost ready, we're looking forward to hitting many lobbies in the near feature."

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