New YG Masters Game '2 Gods: Zeus vs Thor' Launches

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Swedish gaming group Yggdrasil has announced that their newest YG Masters game, '2Gods: Zeus vs Thor' has launched after being developed by 4ThePlayer.

The game is a 5 reel video slot that features a mixture of Greek and Norse mythology. The game has different gods and iconoly, including Spartan helmets, war boats, lions, and more. Features in the game include Dual Spin, which sees two different reel sets being deployed with a corresponding god offering double wins, multipliers, wilds, and more. Mobile play is also supported, letting you harness the power of the gods on the go.

A preview of the game can be seen below:

Commenting on the launch Yggdrasil's Stuart McCarthy said, "2 Gods: Zeus vs Thor marks another thrilling addition to the YG Masters portfolio of titles. 4ThePlayer has innovation at their very core and Dual Spin is another fantastic addition to the roster. Dual Spin puts players right at the heart of the action like never before.

"The YG Masters programme continues to go from strength-to-strength due to partners like 4ThePlayer so we are delighted to release this to our customers and look forward to the results."

4ThePlayer founder Chris Ash added: "We are very pleased with the limited exclusive performance of 2 Gods: Zeus vs Thor and are excited for it to be released across the Yggdrasil network today! Our latest game in the YG Masters in partnership with Yggdrasil is something we are very proud of, further highlighting how vital collaboration is in our industry."

2Gods: Zeus vs Thor is available for play now at casinos that host Yggdrasil's gaming content.

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