Yggdrasil re-imagines legendary love story with new Beauty & the Beast slot

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Players can experience fairy tale with Golden Bet feature

February 2017 – Yggdrasil Gaming’s latest slot, Beauty & the Beast, transports players to a mythical make-believe wonderland, bringing to life a classic fairy tale with stunning visuals and an immersive soundscape.

Haunting characters including the Butler, the Chef and the Maid help players improve on their winnings, each with their own respective features – Nudge Reels, Synced Reels and Random Wilds. In Free Spins mode, one of the three features is always active to bring players bigger wins.

The highlight of the title is the Golden Bet feature, which allows players to increase their chance of hitting the Free Spins more often in the base game, as well as unlocking more features in the Free Spin mode.

 Head of Gaming at Yggdrasil Gaming, Jonas Strandman, said: “Beauty & the Beast summons the romance of the legendary fairy taYggdrasil re-imagines legendary love story with new Beauty & the Beast slotle in what is one of our most beautiful games to date.

 “With stunning visuals and effects, the player will feel a part of the story and love the game-play. Enhanced by Golden Bet, the player will have the choice to alter the reward structure to their preference.

 “The story aligns to what makes our casino games so enjoyable, with our beauty taking a chance and being handsomely rewarded for it.”

Like all of Yggdrasil’s slots, Beauty & the Beast is built on its bespoke HTML5 cross-channel platform, iSENSE 2.0.

Yggdrasil’s portfolio of slots contains a wide range of popular casino games, including Vikings Go Berzerk, Alchymedes and progressive jackpot slot Joker Millions.

Its collection of in-game promotional tools, BOOST™, hands operators the power to run several features designed to boost customer engagement and retention, including innovative in-game Missions, leaderboards and raffle engines.

Meanwhile its BRAG tool allows customers to watch replays of winning spins and share them with friends and fans on social channels.

Yggdrasil was recently named Innovator of the Year at the 2017 International Gaming Awards, the latest in a growing list of accolades including Slot Provider of the Year at the 2016 EGR B2B Awards.

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About Yggdrasil Gaming

 Yggdrasil Gaming is a provider of superior online and mobile casino games. It has emerged as one of the industry’s most respected and acclaimed suppliers and provides games for some of the world’s biggest operators, including: bet365, Betsson Group,, Cherry, LeoVegas, Mr Green, Casumo and Unibet.

The company is headquartered in Malta, with a major development office in Krakow, Poland and a regional office in Gibraltar. The firm holds licences in Malta, Romania, Gibraltar and the United Kingdom.

Yggdrasil’s slots are renowned for their outstanding graphics and gameplay and many have become global hits. They are integrated via the industry-changing iSENSE 2.0 HTML5 framework which allows for simultaneous launches on desktop and mobile, and are supported by BOOST™, a collection of promotional tools focused on engagement and retention via concepts such as Missions, Super Free Spins™ and Cash Race, and BRAG, an industry-first concept which allows for the promotion of games via social channels.

iSENSE 2.0 boasts a number of industry-leading features including 16:9 aspect ratio, blazing-fast loading times, a slick UI, advanced localisation, fast-play mode, a no screensaver mode on mobile and games which can continue to play in an inactive tab.

Yggdrasil was the winner of Innovator of the Year at the 2017 International Gaming Awards, Slot Provider of the Year at the 2016 EGR B2B Awards, Gaming Software Supplier of the Year at the 2016 International Gaming Awards and Software Rising Star at the 2015 EGR B2B Awards.


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