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Gaming group Skyrocket Entertainment has announced that they've signed onto Yggdrasil Gaming's YG Masters Program, and will use the company's platform to help distribute their games moving forward.
The agreement will see The Games Company subsidiary of Skyrocket using the game development, marketing, and distribution tools from Yggdrasil to further their gaming ambitions. This group secures game rights for film properties to distribute titles, which already include The Expendables, Rambo 4, and The Fallen.
"We're delighted to announce our partnership with Yggdrasil," said Skyrocket Entertainment COO Richard Clarke. "YG Masters has been a phenomenal success for its members and the recent addition of GATI technology will provide us with the firepower we need to significantly boost and further grow our global operations in the most efficient and secure way."
Yggdrasil Head of Partner Strategy and Sourcing Stuart McCarthy added: "Skyrocket has grown rapidly in a very short space of time. However, by joining YG Masters they will be able to greatly accelerate that progress and scale, with access to an unlimited audience, all powered by our revolutionary GATI technology. I am positive that our customers and their players will enjoy the innovative games delivered from our Skyrocket partnership."