YG Masters partner DreamTech Gaming has selected Yggdrasil’s revolutionary GATI technology that will empower DreamTech Gaming to quickly scale its global distribution and realise its business strategy ambitions.
Yggdrasil’s game-changing, language agnostic and standardised GATI technology enables game studios and developers to rapidly, and securely, build and distribute content across Yggdrasil’s global distribution network.
All Yggdrasil Gaming partners adopting GATI can cross-sell their games to any global Yggdrasil Franchisee and share their respective games roadmaps, creating new ways to collaborate on a global scale and enable new revenue streams.
All YG Masters partners have access to GATI and use the preconfigured, regulation-ready, standardised development toolkit to develop and distribute games. GATI is taking the YG Masters programme to new heights, benefitting studios just like DreamTech Gaming.
DreamTech Gaming joined the YG Masters programme in 2019 and the first game developed through the partnership, Ice and Fire, was released earlier this year.
Stuart McCarthy, Head of Partner Strategy and Sourcing at Yggdrasil, said: “The GATI technology gives partners like DreamTech Gaming a new and unique way to quickly build or port regulation-ready content for global distribution to our rapidly expanding operator and Franchise networks.
“The YG Masters Programme – Powered by GATI enables studios to quickly scale their businesses and boost revenue while their IP is protected, and local market compliance requirements are managed by us.”
Thomas Lu, CEO of DreamTech Gaming, said: “Being part of YG Masters and using Yggdrasil’s unique and standardised GATI technology gives us maximum control and significantly decreases our time to market. We are excited to continue the journey with Yggdrasil in the Masters programme.
“Yggdrasil has introduced a scalable business model that will enable us to achieve our strategy and maximise our content’s potential. In addition, it will be easier to protect our IP and to manage our own resources and timelines. GATI and YG Masters is very important to us.”