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Yggdrasil Gaming Announces Partnership with Black Cow Technology

Yggdrasil Gaming Announces Partnership with Black Cow Technology
Yggdrasil Gaming partners up with Black Cow Technology

Since its inception not so long time ago, the Yggdrasil Gaming online casino content developer has grown rapidly to become one of the leading, most reputable brands in the iGaming industry. Today, the company works alongside a variety of business partners that support its business objectives and which share its business goals.

One of the latest companies to become Yggdrasil Gaming’s partner is Black Cow Technology Limited. The Malta-based company Yggdrasil Gaming has just announced the signing of this business deal which will see its GATI or Game Adaptation, Tools and Interface solution utilize the popular Games Development Kit or GDK platform crafted by Black Cow Technology Limited.

About Black Cow Technology Limited

Established back in 2013, Black Cow Technology Limited is an excellent software development company headquartered in Oxford, the United Kingdom. The company is best known for its OGA or Open Gaming Architecture framework which is a fully regulatory-compliant, effective and rapid RGS or Remote Game Server that comes packed with a Game Development Kit.

The OGA framework enables all of Black Cow Technology Limited partners including online casino gaming operators and developers to rapidly craft and distribute all sorts of online casino games including instant-win games, table games and of course slot games. The company’s team has extensive specialist experience and knowledge about working with Remote Game Servers, hence Black Cow Technology Limited is able to provide an excellent range of commercial iGaming structure to all of its partners.

Yggdrasil Gaming as One of the Most Prominent Partners

When it comes to the latest partnership deal between Yggdrasil Gaming and Black Cow Technology Limited, the Valletta-based innovator used its official press release to share that the business alliance will allow all members of the company’s Yggdrasil Game Server Masters scheme to easily exploit the Games Development Kit games engine to quickly deliver iGaming content to different partners across the globe.

In its official press release, Yggdrasil Gaming also described its latest business partner as an excellent iGaming architecture specialist which is well known for crafting iGaming engines for some of the best studios in the industry. Moreover, the company’s officials also said those developers who have been unable to distribute Yggdrasil Gaming titles can finally join its Yggdrasil Game Server Masters program and almost effortlessly integrate the company’s content as well as benefit from excellent wide distribution alongside some of the leading marketing tools used in the industry.

Founded back in 2013, Yggdrasil Gaming also detailed that the powerful GATI innovation is a preconfigured, always regulation-ready iGaming development toolkit which is the major driving power behind its Yggdrasil Game Server Masters program. Concerning the latest business deal with Black Cow Technology Limited, Yggdrasil Gaming’s officials also said that it will doubtlessly improve the company’s ability to assist worldwide iGaming developers in expanding their reach and finally seeking news ways to boost their revenues.

Yggdrasil Gaming also participates in the International Casino Exhibition ICE London which takes place this week. The developer will appear on stand N3-140. The company’s Head of Partner Strategy and Sourcing Mr. McCarthy in his official press release explained that the new business alliance will also see his company franchise several parts of the business.

In other words, Yggdrasil Gaming will very soon select a group of partners that will use the Yggdrasil Game Server scheme to almost instantly create their innovative, unique iGaming products before they sell these for global distribution over the company’s semi-open distribution platform.

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