Spigo develop high-quality casual casino games and bespoke gaming products to give clients a new edge over the competition. Based in Malta and Denmark, Spigo provides casual games adapted to the casino environment, allowing them to be played for real money with all the possibilities of jackpots, free games, local and global player networks and localization for language, currency and culture.
Spigo is an online betting software developer that operates out of Malta and Denmark, specializing in the casual casino game market. Spigo has kept on expanding its presence until the point where more than 25 million players have now experienced the provider's games. To meet the needs of an expanding player base, Spigo has increased its global presence by establishing bases in Miami and Malta.
Spigo is a Danish company that is focused on developing modern online casino games and providing complex solutions for gambling websites. Since the market today is fed up with dozens newly created companies, ready to sell all kinds of products, that casinos can need, it is not that easy to find your client.
They take on-board the necessity of transparency as well with the partners they collaborate with. The team is small but their ideas remain large. They continue to learn one spin at a time. Spigo look to create new defined standards within the casino industry. For them, quality is everything. They invest much time in securing their set goals to produce games with a statement and intent to entertain.
Spigo operates with a wide remit in the development of its online casino games. Video slots represent one of the largest categories, with some of the popular examples being comprised of Tropicana, Tivoli, and Zoo. The developers are pioneers of casino business and they know how to make projects that all players from the online gaming community will know and love.
Spigo maintains a SpigoBUILDER module for custom game concept development, a SpigoHAMMER game development kit for developing special gaming effects and a SpigoSTATION module for back-end game management, which allows operators to customize many of the canned games. All of these modules work in concert to create a gaming platform that is easily managed and highly customizable.
There are some modern developers, who create dozens of similar games on one platform, with one design and one style, and the only difference between such games may be in colors and some of the symbols. Such approach is not really giving you a benefit, in several years these developers always lose and disappear from the market.
Spigo games are initially developed to entertain people and there were little incentives to be played on serious cash. The games come in a variety of gaming formats, covering a variety of gaming themes with an obvious focus on branded games. Quite a few of Spigo's branded games are based on popular casual games such as Hearts, Yatzy, Spider Solitaire, Backgammon, Cross Word, Mahjong, Freecell and Domino.
Because of using HTML5 in all Spigo games they are able to achieve multi-functional games that you can easily install to any website of any casino. Also games are created with the ability to use a lot of different devices, not just your PC. Any mobile platform - smartphone or tablet, on Android or iOS - is as good for Spigo games as any notebook.
As Spigo expanded its presence over the Internet, it also expanded beyond the games previously covered. Chess, Backgammon, Carrom, Sudoku, Crossword, Kalah, Lexico, Rasuto and Whist are still their specialty. The games are all presented with crisp, high-definition graphics, and are in HTML5 format, which maximizes the amount of devices you can play on.
The portfolio of Spigo is one of the prettiest in the industry. The volatility ratings along with the numbers of return to player are diverse, ready to meet the needs of different casinos and different players.
Spigo holds a Malta Gaming Authority (an MGA) license, and all its software meets the standards for the Danish market, as set by the Danish Gaming Authority. Spigo has teamed up with the best firms in the industry, and over the years it has gained a reputation as a leader in the B2B supplier of digital customizable casino games.
In games from Spigo where random number generator is needed, the developers used latest RNG technologies. Because of obtaining several licenses, including a license from Malta Gaming Comission, players can be sure that the game is fair and RNG is working brilliantly, without any third party setting it up, not from the side of the developer, nor from the side of the casino.