Open Gaming End-to-End Digital Ecosystem SG Digital

Scientific Games has unveiled OpenGaming, the end-to-end digital ecosystem for operators looking to provide a new wave of immersive gaming experiences for their players through one seamless integration.

The OpenGaming ecosystem is home to trusted content aggregation technology, a robust player account management platform, 2500+ games from a global network of in-house and third- party game studios and innovation-rich features across jackpots, free-rounds, tournaments and peer-to-peer gaming. Scientific Games' Open Gaming System (OGS) already offers two-sided network scale and reliability with rich content at

one end and world-class operators and players at the other. OpenPlatform (OPS) rounds out the technology with top-tier player management solutions. OpenGaming looks to the future as one ecosystem with immersive game content that's powered by dynamically integrated features and imaginative player experiences.

Jordan Levin, Group Chief Executive of SG Digital, said, "Our vision is to change the way people think about player experiences through

interaction-rich platform features seamlessly stitched into ground-breaking games. OpenGaming takes our passion for great games and builds in layers of multi-studio features to drive a new revolution for our industry. It kicks open the door to the future of interactive gaming in our industry."

Dylan Slaney, SG Digital's SVP Gaming commented, "When we talk to players, they tell us we're competing for their time alongside other aggregation platforms in the media, mobile, and console gaming worlds. With the launch of OpenGaming, which now includes our award-winning OGS content aggregation platform, our OpenPlatform (OPS) player account management system, and our unparalleled library of world-class multi-studio content, our teams and partners have risen to the industry's challenge and created a breakthrough entertainment ecosystem."

Lilith’s Inferno Online Slots Yggdrasil YGS Masters

Yggdrasil, the innovative online gaming solutions provider, has fired up the slot market with the launch of its latest flaming hot YGS Masters title, Lilith’s Inferno, in partnership with AvatarUX Studios. The 5x4 video slot takes place in a mystical underworld, as players help Lilith the friendly demon battle four gatekeepers in search of hidden glory. If the free spins mode is triggered, Lilith must fight a beast to earn spins, with each successful hit landing another go on the reels.

Dollar Storm Casino Slots Aristocrat

Aristocrat has launched the next revolution of “hold & spin” with the world premiere of Dollar Storm, a brand-new evolution of Lightning Link, which debuted at San Manuel Casino in Highland, California. “We’re excited to unveil Dollar Storm as the next evolution of slot play that sets Aristocrat apart in game development,” said Jon Hanlin, VP of Commercial Strategy for Aristocrat Gaming Operations. “Dollar Storm combines the best aspects of both Lightning Link and Dragon Link, adds new titles, more denomination choices, and a $50k “rapid-hit” multi-site progressive for great jackpot action. In short, Dollar Storm incorporates all the attributes our players love with new enhancements sure to excite them.”

“We are thrilled to present the world premiere of Dollar Storm in partnership with

Aristocrat.” says Kenji Hall, Chief Operations Officer of San Manuel Casino. “San Manuel Casino strives to provide our guests with a best in class gaming experience by offering the newest and most innovative games in the country.”

Operators will appreciate the proven math model with an added $0.25 denomination, and a configurable $5 option for high stakes play that ensures a seat for every type of player, while expanding floor placement options. Players will love the hold & spin, which is the highlight of the games.

Dollar Storm offers four new games including Emperor’s Treasure, Caribbean Gold , Egyptian Jewels and Ninja Moon, each with their own free games twist. Following in the footsteps of the chart-topping Lightning Link and Dragon Link, Dollar Storm electrifies the “hold & spin” and progressive gaming action and will debut on the revolutionary MarsX cabinet with modular, interchangeable features.

As Lilith duels with the denizens of the deep, rare relics are introduced, which can lead to huge wins. Players can win a total of up to 3968x their stake as they slay bosses with Lilith’s crystal sword in the Hero Bonus feature. Lilith’s Inferno is the third YGS Masters title produced this year, following the success of Niagara Falls and Nikola Tesla’s Incredible Machine.

YGS Masters is an invitation-only platform where Yggdrasil partners with the world’s best independent studios to develop and distribute global gaming content using the supplier’s cutting- edge technology. Stuart McCarthy, Head of Studio Partnerships at Yggdrasil, said: “Lilith’s Inferno is a dynamic and riveting addition to our YGS Masters portfolio. With its red-hot theme and incredible animation, it offers players a different experience to previous YGS releases Niagara Falls and Nikola Tesla’s Incredible Machine. From the outset of the YGS initiative we’ve always strived to give players as much choice as possible, and there is plenty more to come!”

Marcus Honney, Managing Director at AvatarUX, said: “We are delighted to release our first game in partnership with YGS Masters. Lilith’s Inferno does not only bring the stunning graphics that players associate with AvatarUX, but also advanced gamification features and the excitement of an Yggdrasil production.”


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