Sales Manager of Spigo Caroline Maciel in an interview “Gamblers Post” talked about story of company and made a forecast for the future of European gambling industry.
– Could you give us a little background on Spigo?
– The company started in 2006 in Denmark, where we created community games websites in 16 languages across 20 countries. In 2012, we launched Spigo into a new games platform. That was when we started delivering reliable casual and social gaming software development. At the moment, our company consists of 7 full-time employees and multiple freelancers.
– What distinguishes your company from other suppliers within the iGaming industry?
– Other than the bespoke slots we create, we also work on casual games, namely BackGammon, Ludo, and Yatzy, which are unique and reinvented for the casino market. They have proven to be extremely successful and are always attracting new kinds of players to the casinos.
– Spigo works with a lot of game aggregators in Europe. Who distributes your games?
– We are currently working with EveryMatrix, Betconstruct, iGaming Cloud and a few others.
– How many live games do you offer today and what’s the most popular game among your customers?
– At the moment, we offer 16 games, but we are constantly working on new ones.
Yatzy – a multiplayer dice-based scoring game – is undoubtedly our most famous and loved among players.
– What do you think about the future of the European gambling industry, particularly in relation to the markets you have more experience in?
– I believe that the gambling industry will keep growing, and players will choose online gambling over land-based casinos. I also believe that more markets will become regulated, making the market more homogenous.
– What can we expect from the future of Spigo?
– Expect awesome new games and many new partners! We always take the players’ behaviour into consideration and think about all the elements that could attract even more users to our games.
– And finally, what does ’Spigo’ mean?
– The word Spigo comes from Spil, which means ‘games’ in many Nordic countries.Follow us on