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Internet betting firm Spigo has announced the release of their newest game "Diamonds", which looks and plays like a real money version of Bejeweled Blitz.
The game sees players attempting to match together three or more gems, in an attempt to clear levels and earn cash. The game is developed in HTML5 format, maximizing its compatibility with devices.
Commenting on the release Spigo CEO Kasper Kau said, "It is evident the match3 game type is a success, and Diamonds is a beautiful gem of a game that we think will take iGaming by storm. The accessibility and familiarity of the game will also allow operators to target new segments of players, which is something we at Spigo offer to our partners."
Diamonds is available for play now at casinos offering Spigo's gaming platform.