Yggdrasil, the innovative online gaming solutions provider, has flicked the switch on its latest electrifying YGS Masters title, Rabcat’s Nikola Tesla’s Incredible Machine.

The YGS Masters slot is set in the factory of genius scientist, Nikola Tesla, as he looks to spark a chain reaction of wins using his electrical masterpiece.

The 3×5 slot showcases the symbols key to the science behind Tesla’s success – the reels standing proud in a wondrous warehouse packed full of moving machinery, with the titular hero moving around the screen fixing his ground-breaking invention.

Loaded with high voltage features, Nikola Tesla’s Incredible Machine contains energy bursts, which when activated, transform into either exploding wilds, reel clones, or a wild substitution.

YGS Masters is an invitation-only platform whereby Yggdrasil partners with the world’s best independent studios to develop and distribute global gaming content using the supplier’s cutting-edge technology.

In the last 12 months, Yggdrasil has signed six of the world’s brightest and best studios including Rabcat, 4ThePlayer, AvatarUX, Northern Lights, Dreamtech Gaming and Fantasma Games and continues to see strong interest from others who want to join the programme.

Yggdrasil released Niagara Falls, its debut YGS Masters title, in May this year. Created by YGS Masters partner studio Northern Lights, the retro slot is inspired by the 1930s era of gaming and glamour, showering slots players in a cascade of fun features and multipliers that can lead to huge wins.

Stuart McCarthy, Head of Studio Partnerships at Yggdrasil, said: “We’re thrilled to release our second YGS Masters game, Nikola Tesla’s Incredible Machine. With its thrilling gameplay and immersive setting, it is an excellent addition to our burgeoning YGS Masters portfolio.

“YGS Masters is at the beginning of a very exciting journey, setting the bar even higher when it comes to game development and distribution standards. The next few months will be filled with even more electrifying news, so stay tuned!”

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