Under the terms of the deal, Raw will have access to all casual games, customers and platforms created by Spigo. This would allow the business to expand beyond slots into another gaming space.
Spigo has developed a suite of casual games including Yatzy, Backgammon, Solitaire, Match 3, as well as slot games and B2B solutions for operators.
“This is another step in our company’s evolution to provide premium products to every channel of the gaming industry,” said Raw CEO Tom Wood. “Just as in the commoditisation of slot games, within the casual games space we see the same never-ending sea of sameness.
“Through the Raw team’s innovative game design and unique creativity, we hope to change that just as we are doing in the slots market. I look forward to seeing what the amazing Raw team can create and how we can evolve the casual game market together over the coming years.”
Lady Luck Games announced that it would acquire Spigo in September 2021.
The deal closed by the end of that month, giving Lady Luck access to 27 games, eight customer integrations, Spigo’s platform Spigo Station and Spigo SDK, a technical game development solution.
“This is a strategic acquisition for the company; it will give us important revenues, open up new revenue opportunities and improve our profitability,” Lady Luck Games co-founder and CEO Mads Jørgensen said at the time.
“We are adding casino games with a strong track record and several years of continuous growth to our already strong product portfolio, together with an important technical aggregation platform.”