Yggdrasil partners with G Games for new low volatility, big win potential online slot: Serendipity

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Swedish publisher of online gambling content, Yggdrasil, has released Serendipity, the second contribution via its YG Masters program from British iGaming company G Games,  complete with potential wins up to x5000 the stake.

If nostalgic spinners with a relaxed vibe get your motor running, this low volatility, 3×5 online slot with 10 paylines and a 100,000 max win should be right up your alley.

Optimized for mobile, the game is set in the serene mountain valleys of Serendipity, where a gentle breeze floats cherry blossoms across the screen, which is bathed in pick, and Lady Luck acts as both a wild and a multiplier.

Game symbols:

The game has a total of 13 symbols, including the lower paying K, A, 10, 9, Q and J card icons and the lucky clover, horseshoe, gold coin, ladybird, lucky charm, crystal ball and Lucky lady. During gameplay, the lucky lady, lucky charm and ladybird symbols pay when two or more land, while all other symbols require that three or more land to pay. Base game payouts range from x0.025 the triggering bet, all the way up to x45 the triggering bet for landing five lady luck symbols. Wins form when symbols land adjacent starting from the leftmost reel.

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An orb does double duty as both the Scatter symbol and a paying symbol, and landing three or more of them triggers extra spins. Triggering the extra spins mode causes a wheel to spin so that the multiplier may be determined. That multiplier is then applied to all wins, while landing two or more Scatters retriggers spins in the bonus round, with no maximum limit, for big wins!

Big win potential:

Helen Walton, Chief Commercial Officer for G Games, said…

“Following from our debut success Tiger Tiger, Serendipity offers an artfully crafted environment with big win potential.”

Walton goes on to say that they continue to work closely with Yggdrasil to develop “exciting, unique products” and they can’t wait to see how the title performs.

Second effort:

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The new video slot follows Tiger Tiger, the first contribution to the YG Masters network from the London-headquartered studio. The 5 x 4, 25 payline adventure was released on October 18, 2021, and includes a Quick Hit Money Collect Feature including Mini to Grand jackpots, Wilds and Scatters.

Also commenting on the new GATI-powered release, Stuart McCarthy, Head of Product and Programs at Yggdrasil, said via company news release… “Serendipity offers players a calming, peaceful environment where Lady Luck shows up to grant huge wins to lucky players.

“It offers a different gaming experience for our players, with the straightforward gameplay and multiplier-heavy wins, which is something we’re very pleased with, as the YG Masters initiative goes from strength to strength.”

North America push:

The launch follows Yggdrasil’s multi-year content distribution agreement with International Game Technology (IGT) giving the London-headquartered firm “exclusive territorial distribution rights” for a selected number of its best-in-class game titles to fortify the operator’s PlayCasino digital interest in key territories in North America, including the United States and Canada.

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According to the multinational gambling company, the first Yggdrasil game is expected to feature on its platform in December this year.

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