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Yggdrasil's YG Masters program has gotten a new addition, as the company announced that they've signed an agreement to add the studio Jelly and will add the group's games to their GATI platform moving forward.
The agreement will see Jelly getting access to the Yggdrasil suite of game development tools, distribution network, and marketing tools, which will help the new designer grow their business. For Yggdrasil, the deal enhances their platform, which already is in place with various casinos around the world.
"Our YG Masters programme powered by GATI has been a great success, with our partners' content being received extremely well all over the world," said Yggdrasil's Stuart McCarthy. "The addition of Jelly, with their mobile-first content, is something we are very excited about and we are looking forward to working closely with them to help them realise their business goals."
Jelly's Marketing Lead Victoria Newbolt added: "Yggdrasil is selective about the game developers they work with, so being invited to join the YG Masters programme is a testament to the up-and-coming talent within our business.
"We are delighted to sign with Yggdrasil as we share a common vision to raising the bar in terms of quality, variety, and entertainment in mobile gaming. We look forward to a great working relationship, and to access their unique standardised GATI technology for accessing global markets."
We haven't found any games put out by Jelly yet, but will be sure to do a writeup of the company once we play their slots.