First Look Games (FLG) has made “major upgrades” to its platform in a move intended to enhance the user experience.
The platform, designed to connect studios with iGaming affiliates, was dubbed First Look Games 2.0, and incorporates various new features.
The upgraded platform purportedly allows users to search for, find and download game assets with “more efficiency” and adds new filters to help refine searches, such as being able to identify games by licence.
A new “Studio Management Centre” further permits developers to oversee their games and assets. Any exclusivity arrangements studios have on content launches can be announced via this portal, while jurisdictions can be added and removed for each game.
“First Look Games 2.0 is a major upgrade on the previous version of the platform and will significantly improve the experience offered to both game studios and affiliates,” said Tom Galanis, FLG Managing Director.
“This includes the ability to search for games more easily and much faster than before, and for studios to provide even more insight into their activity and games.”
The “biggest leap forward”, FLG remarked, is a new application programming interface (API) feature that connects studio and game data in a more structured format, allowing affiliates to automatically create initial reviews of partner content.
“I am particularly proud of our new API that connects directly with game and studio data and presents this information in an easy to digest format” added Galanis.
He concluded: “The upgrade will be followed by further developments throughout the year as we continue to make First Look Games the number one destination for studios and affiliates to come together.”
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