Spigo is a developer of games for online casinos. This page reviews and lists casinos running its software. Last updated: October 15, 2018.
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Spigo is an online betting software developer that operates out of Malta and Denmark, specializing in the casual casino game market. The company has put out a small number of games since it first came online, and the company has signed content deals with some of the biggest gaming platforms in the world, which makes Spigo's library available at large casino sites.
The games put out a bunch of different styles of games, as there are slots, table games, parlor games, and more. 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 games themselves play nicely, and there is an excellent social aspect for players to interact with each other. I ended up playing each game in Spigo's library, of which I was a huge fan of the Yahtzy, and Tropicana games, although the new Diamonds game was also quite good.
The Spigo selection of games is tested by iTech Labs to ensure that the Random Number Generator is completely random and fair toward players.
Since its launch, Spigo has signed a series of content supply deals with betting sites and platform companies. Spigo games can be found on EveryMatrix, BetConstruct, Play'n GO, iGaming Cloud, and iForium platforms, and the games can also be found at Danske Spil.
These partnerships will actually give Spigo a large array of casinos that can offer their games, and you should expect to see the number of sites offering their games growing as they put out more games.
Spigo has a lot of great things going for it, and as a young company there is room for a lot of growth. I really like the production values and different look and feel the games have, and can't wait to see more.