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Fiona Simmons November 11, 2022 2 min read
RAW Secures Entry into Casual Gaming with Spigo Acquisition
RAW iGaming has reached an agreement with Lady Luck Games AB to buy the latter’s full asset portfolio of Spigo. This means that RAW iGaming will gain access to casual games, customers and platforms that will allow the company to grow its reach and deliver its innovative solutions in fresh verticals.
RAW Determined to Break Away with Monotony
RAW iGaming is already a known face in iGaming and entertainment through the creation of the SuperSlice engine, and a host of other gameplay-innovating and player-focused solutions. RAW iGaming CEO Tom Wood said:
This is another step in our company’s evolution to provide premium products to every channel of the gaming industry.RAW iGaming CEO Tom Wood
RAW iGaming is on a mission to make sure that it can create experiences that stand out, with Wood firmly believing that there is a lot of “sameness” in the commoditization of slot gameplay. However, RAW’s innovative team is capable of bucking this trend and providing new design creativity that elevates the experience for all.
RAW’s own vision is purely focused on defying monotony and bringing fresh ideas to bear. Spigo builds casual games such as Solitaire, Match 3, and Yatzy, but this, paired with RAW’s own deeper understanding of how to innovate existing verticals is a formula for success, the chief executive noted.
RAW has been driving innovation for the industry across the board. The company recently launched its SuperSlice and SuperTracks engines with Videoslots. SkillOnNet, a popular aggregator of iGaming titles also confirmed that it is adding the company’s unique titles to its library of games.