When it debuted on the gambling scene back in 2006 and for the next six years of its operations, today's leading casual casino games developer Spigo was a much different company compared to what it represents today. Danish-based team of employees was initially producing community games websites in 16 languages and across 20 countries, attracting over 25 million players to a collection of 50 games over the course of five years. In 2012, however, it became obvious to the team that in order to stay relevant in a highly competitive and congested market, certain changes had to be implemented regarding the featured content and aim
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Around that time, Spigo reinvented their library of games games to work for an online casino and be fully compatible with smart devices. Efforts were focused on producing a new player segment to offer to online casinos - skill based, monetized casual games available across all platforms, which the company saw as a future of the casino entertainment, able to attract both old and new players.
Today, Spigo is a licensed, independent provider of premium casual games on regulated markets, with the headquarters in Viborg, Denmark and branch offices in St. Julians, Malta and Miami, USA. Some of the company's most popular titles include Lido, Solitaire, Backgammon and Yatzy.
More about the software
Spigo creates their branded software focusing on quality, endurance and security. A range of specifically designed tools is used to develop top-class products that work good across all platforms and appeal to different gaming tastes.
All Spigo games are fully HTML5 supported, making them available across all devices including smart phones, tablets, smart TV's and desktop computers, without requiring additional plug-in browser to play.
Quality of the games is enhanced with the inclusion of real-money play, bonus offers, loyalty programs, free spin features, local and global progressive jackpots, local and global player networks and chat functions, as well as various innovations introduced to classic casual games.
SpigoSTATION host is crucial for the developmental processes used in creation of each and every game in the company's portfolio. It is used in managing several security and authentication processes, multi-player and betting options, back office, management and interface tools.
Another important tool used in conjunction with SpigoSTATION is SpigoHAMMER in-house developed proprietary framework. Coupled with FMS optimization systems, this tool provides high-end graphics, responsive functionality and secure back end communication to all Spigo customers.
The company is also focused on creating unique, custom tailored slots with all the above mentioned technology incorporated to deliver a high-quality, engaging casino experience.
Security and Fair Play
Safe and highly-transparent conduct is a major element of Spigo's principles and goals in the business, relating equally to team members, partners and players. The company operates under the licenses of both Malta Gaming Authority and Danish Gaming Authority, and has its products regularly submitted for testing and certification by Force Technologies, Fort Consult, iTech Labs and NCC.