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Mathilde Adam February 1, 2021 2 min read
Yggdrasil and ReelPlay Release GIZA Infinity Reels Featuring GATI Technology
Yggdrasil and ReelPlay just released their Ancient Egypt-inspired slot GIZA Infinity Reels, developed via YG Masters using the GATI Technology.
Jackpot Prize of 888x the Total Bet
Top iGaming provider Yggdrasil released today GIZA Infinity Reels in collaboration with YG Masters’ Sydney-based partner ReelPlay. Yggdrasil’s first Infinity Reels slot game will be boosted by its proprietary cutting-edge GATI technology.
GIZA Infinity Reels offers players an immersive Ancient Egypt-inspired slot, ReelPlay’s second title developed via the Yggdrasil’s YG Masters’ program. The Australian company released Atlantis Megaways in December 2020.
Featuring the Great Pyramid of Giza, one of the most iconic Egyptian landmarks, ReelPlay delivers an innovative and entertaining sound and video experience offering a wide variety of playing options. GIZA offers an endless amount of new reels, each of them adding to the slot’s multiplier. Players will therefore be able to reach for bigger prizes with each spin. Back-to-back wins will also increase the multiplier. The fifteenth reel will bring customers closer to the Jackpot Prize, 888 times the total bet on top of prizes already won.
YG’s Innovative GATI Technology
This new release was entirely launched via Yggdrasil’s GATI technology, which offers developers a fully standardized toolkit to produce readily regulated titles and a stable environment. The technology is used by all partners of YG Masters, Yggdrasil’s game development program.
Yggdrasil gives its partners full access to its global network, fast-tracking the distribution of new content and increasing their growth potential.
ReelPlay’s premium slot portfolio includes its proprietary Infinity Reels gaming franchise and various highly popular Megaways games, such as Hypernova Megaways or the recent Atlantis Megaways.
It announced today the launch of Thor Infinity Reels across all LeoVegas platforms on February 8.