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New casino game developer Bang Bang Games has announced that they've joined Yggdrasil's YG Masters program, which will help the company distribute their games as they're released.
Bang Bang started operations earlier this year and is looking to design games that keep the attention of players while also delivering a premium experience. The agreement with Yggdrasil will give them a way to distribute the games as well as market them to casino partners, using the betting giant's distribution platform. As of press time there aren't any Bang Bang games that have been released, but it'll be interested to see what they put out in an attempt to make themselves stand out.
Commenting on the deal Bang Bang Games managing director Frank McPolin said, "Yggdrasil is at the forefront of innovation, and we are very excited to enter into this partnership which will allow us to accelerate our global portfolio reach using Yggdrasil's standardised GATI technology as key enabler.
"We have been big fans of Yggdrasil for many years and knowing that prominent, high calibre studios are already part of the YG Masters programme puts us in great company. We are confident we can bring something different to the Yggdrasil distribution network and can't wait to start showing the world what we're made of!"
Yggdrasil's Stuart McCarthy added: "We are thrilled to welcome Bang Bang Games to the YG Masters family. We have been keeping an eye on Bang Bang for some time now and have been impressed with the team and the game mechanics they are developing. It's going to be very exciting to see the Bang Bang team carve their place in the industry using our unique GATI technology as a go-to market and business strategy enabler."