Sep 12 / 2018
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Spigo collaborates with 1XBET to boost online portfolio

Spigo has linked up with 1XBET to provide impressive online casino games

In addition to the casino games that are already available on 1XBET’s platform, Spigo’s very own and unique single-player, multiplayer, dice-based, card-based, classic and modern games including Tropicana and Diamonds, will become a part of 1XBET’s game catalogue.

1XBET gives users the chance to use online casino games that have been developed using the latest technology which in turn, ensures that all of the games will be both desktop and mobile-friendly.

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Spigo’s cutting-edge casual casino games portfolio ranges from free spins, free games, local and progressive jackpots, bonus systems and even bonus games.

Spigo is no stranger to exciting collaborations, just a few weeks ago the developer combined forces with betting powerhouse Bethard.

1XBET remarked “We value Spigo’s casual, creative and innovative approach to online casino games. That’s exactly why we’re so pleased with this new cooperation and we’re certain that their tested and proven slot machine titles will help us gain a competitive edge.”

Spigo commented, “It’s an honour for us to join forces with one of the top betting companies out there 1xBET. This is a new chapter for both companies and we’re very pleased that 1XBET realizes the potential of casual casino games, which are constantly growing in popularity.”

Spigo is a Danish company that has a subtantial presence in Malta’s gaming industry. The company’s unique SpigoCATALOGUE includes numerous slots and casual games that have been tailored to meet the demands of the online casino industry. Spigo’s extensive collection is both desktop and mobile-friendly, featuring jackpots, free spins and bonus games.

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