Livespins, an online gaming platform that adds a social twist to its gaming experience, has added well-known developer Yggdrasil to its portfolio.
The operator is gaining more popularity every day, which has helped it land big names. Yggdrasil will join the platform after seeing Fantasma Games and iSoftBet already added in early 2022.
According to Michael Pedersen, the Chief Control Officer of Livespins, the company considers this partnership with Yggdrasil vital. The platform’s best streamers will enjoy playing premium titles developed by the studio. Anyone who watches the stream will appreciate the exciting features added to Yggdrasil slots.
Livespins has a simple secret to success – it focuses on choosing its content carefully. Thanks to that, the acquisition costs remain low, and players find the content more attractive. It helps land more engagement and improves viewer retention.
Andrew Pegler, the Director of Commercial Operations at Yggdrasil, believes that slot streaming has a big potential.
“It will continue developing in the coming years. Our Livespins partnership will assist in improving our engagement among the streamers,” said Pegler.
Pegler acknowledged that another benefit is raising the popularity of its slots and reaching a new audience. Streaming can be a way to turn passive slot fans into active players. The crucial twist is how Livespins works. It’s similar to Twitch at its core, but it offers active participation. Apart from watching the streamer, you can place a bet alongside the main player and other chat members.
Livespins created an original platform with an intriguing alternative to live and land-based casinos. Instead of only watching, you can participate and compare yourself to the group. You can see how much the streamer wagered and won, as well as the entire room’s success rate. Communicating with others creates an original social gaming experience that many players find incredibly fun.