Quick facts

  • Established in 2006
  • HTML5 compliant
  • 50 years of combined experience

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Spigo is a Danish B2B supplier of highly-customisable casino games that strives on setting new standards in the online gaming industry while focusing on quality, versatility, and security.

Pros :

  • Great-looking games
  • Good variety of games
  • iTech Labs tested

Cons :

  • Underwhelming game library

About Spigo

Spigo is a privately owned Danish company established in 2006 with presence in Malta and Miami. During its early years, Spigo’s games covered 16 different languages across 20 countries. Over the years, by partnering up with some of the brightest minds in the industry such as EveryMatrix, Play’n GO, iSoftBet, Bethard, Danske Spil, and many others, Spigo became one of the leading B2B suppliers of customisable casino games.

They are an independent online software provider which operates exclusively in regulated markets. As such, they have a licence from the Malta Gaming Authority and their software meets the criteria outlined by the Danish Gaming Authority. In addition, the fairness and credibility of their software are tested by an independent auditor, iTech Labs, that has combined experience of over 50 years in certifying game systems.

All of Spigo’s games are fully HTML5 compliant, which ensures that players can enjoy their content regardless of the device they are using, be it a smartphone, a tablet, or a desktop computer.

Spigo Software

In 2012, Spigo launched a platform which supports portable devices and scaling of games to smaller screens. In addition, their platform was also designed to support revenue games. Despite it producing excellent games and being in the business since 2006, Spigo doesn’t have that many titles under its belt.

Currently, there are only 17 titles in their repertoire. Their bundle includes card games like Solitaire, Spider and Hearts, dice games like Ludo, Yatzy, and Backgammon, as well as slots like Tivoli, Fruits, and Zoo, to name a few. However, one of the most popular games is the classic game of bingo. The game is designed to be played in multiplayer and can be played by three to anywhere up to 2000 people simultaneously.

When it comes to the overall design of their software, Spigo allows casino operators to customise their games as much as they want. Namely, every game can be played for either real money or just for fun. Apart from that, the games include various features, such as different bonuses, free spins, free games, as well as loyalty programmes. Also, some of the games support both international and local progressive jackpots which can be included per casino operators’ request.

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