Yggdrasil Gaming is launching a ground-breaking new promotional concept called Super Free Spins which allows operators to hand out an infinite number of free spins to different player segments with variable stop criteria like single big wins or hitting certain game features in a slot game.
Yggdrasil’s games are generally higher variance than the rest of the market, and this new concept means that operators can now provide a unique free spins function on high variance games, catering for all types of players, including high rollers.
Super Free Spins will launch exclusively with Vera&John for a trial period before being available to all other Yggdrasil partners from June.
Fredrik Elmqvist, CEO of Yggdrasil Gaming, said: “Standard free spins are the most common promotion in online slots, but they have become pretty boring for players. There’s nothing new and often they don’t win anything which is why we have launched Super Free Spins. This concept gives operators the chance to provide their players with a ‘spin until you win’ mechanic on high variance games, which is a first for the industry.”
“Our games are a far cry from many of the vanilla high hit frequency, low variance slots out there. We create higher variance content which, combined with our Infinite API™ for gamification, enables various kinds of Super Free Spins and also new innovative event trigger tools for real money players. This means our partners can significantly increase engagement with their players and differentiate their offering.” Elmqvist added.
Kristel Tonna, Vera&John’s Head of Gaming, said: “We are absolutely committed to being at the forefront of the casino entertainment industry, and as such, we know the importance of innovation. The player always comes first in our minds- which is why we could not be more excited about this collaborative initiative between Vera&John and Yggdrasil. Cementing this partnership will allow us to push the limits of online gaming further, creating a more dynamic, relevant, and fun casino experience for all our users.”