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Internet betting software developer Trimark has revealed that it has released its bingo variant game "Loteria" onto the Odobo Marketplace.
Loteria is a Mexican variant of bingo, and has been around for a very long time. The game was originally played by the wealthy in Mexican society and is played with a 54 card deck, wherein players try to match a pre-definied ticket of images. Today, millions of players partake in the game, and it is very popular in the North American country.
The game features brightly colored cards, including churros, crowns, melons, maracas, chihuahuas , and more, as well as the ability to play up to four tickets at a time.
Commenting on the game's launch Odobo's Rob Smith said, “Trimark’s Lotería is a fusion between the game’s multiple-century heritage and the power of Odobo’s state-of-the-art technology. We’re thrilled to be offering this game exclusively via the Odobo Marketplace."
The game is available to be played now at casinos who picked up the game through Odobo's marketplace.