Spigo and Bethard in Content Agreement

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Internet casino game development group Spigo has announced that they've signed a content deal with Bethard and will begin offering their games on the operator's site as a result.

Bethard, an online casino and sportsbook, is expanding throughout Europe thanks to aggressive marketing campaigns, and the operator is keen to keep adding new software to broaden their platform. Spigo has an assortment of 11 "casual casino games", which include Diamonds, Starlight, Yukon 21, and Hat Trick. The games are deployed in HTML5 format, which brings with it compatibility on desktops, smartphones, and tablets.

Commenting on the agreement Spigo's Caroline Maciel said, "We're all very excited about our new partnership with Bethard. They're definitely one of the top dogs in the betting industry in Europe and we're delighted that a company like Bethard shows such a strong interest in our casual casino games. But above all, they see the potential that casual games have and their growing importance in the ever-changing online casino games market."

Bethard's Bjornar Heggernes added: "Spigo has a unique presence in the online games industry which made this an easy decision for us. The creativity and quality of their games gives us a better and stronger portfolio for the players to enjoy."

No timeframe for the integration of the games was available as of press time.

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30 August 2018 - 10:52am

To be honest don't know much about Spigo games but they should be decent enough if a company like Bethard choose them for a partner, and yes the casual games should become more and more popular in future.