Raw iGaming is the new owner of all of Spigo’s assets, which include its casual games, clients and platform.
In particular, the Spigo purchase agreement included Yatzy, Backgammon, Solitare, Match 3 and other slot machines. The new acquisition of Raw iGaming is expected to allow it to expand its offering to a more mainstream audience.
Raw iGaming CEO Tom Wood commented on the acquisition: “This is another step in our company’s evolution to provide premium products to all segments of the gaming industry. Just like the commercialization of slot machines, we see the same endless sea of monotony in the casual game space. However, through innovative game design and the unique creativity of our team, we hope to change that just as we do in the slot market. I look forward to seeing what the amazing Raw team can create and how together we will grow the casual game market in the coming years.”
Earlier this year, Raw acquired Sapphire Gaming, which it says will allow it to “substantially increase” its production capacity. Wood commented on the purchase: “I am happy and proud to be able to work with one of the most impressive individuals in the iGaming industry, Alec Horley, including his brilliant Sapphire team, who will continue to work in our new UK office.”
This year, Raw really stepped up, because, along with the already mentioned purchases, it acquired Leander Games back in the spring. This allowed the company to reach Leander’s customer base in Europe and South America with its content.
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