Odobo Online Gambling Developer Growing

Published Tuesday, August 26, 2014 - Online-Casinos.com
Odobo Online Gambling Developer Growing

Odobo Ltd. is licensed by the Government of Gibraltar and is regulated by Gibraltar Gambling Commissioner. The firm has developed and deployed the industry's first HTML5 Marketplace and Developer Program for the regulated real-money gaming industry. The result is a modern, fully distributed and cloud-enabled solution devised by industry veterans specialising in mission-critical systems.

The company has been moving forward on a number fronts with the latest news revealing the company has made a deal with content and systems developer Betdigital. Odobo’s content marketplace will supply its portfolio of HTML5 games to a number of operators such as Betfair and Bet365 to access Betdigital titles such as ‘Royal Gems’, 'Super Port Bar-X’ and ‘City of Gold’.

Betdigital CEO Heath Samples commented, “Signing with Odobo is a good match for Betdigital and underlines our continued growth in the mobile games sector,” Samples continued,  “A single integration opens up our games to multiple operators and millions of new players.” Odobo’s, Chief business affairs officer,  Julian Jarvis, also said, “Having Betdigital on board is an indication of the industry’s buy-in to the Odobo opportunity.”

Three of Europe’s biggest gambling empires Betfair,  Bet365, and also Unibet will employ the HTML5 game development marketplace, Odobo.  Unibet’s 8.9 million customers, will now have access across Northern Europe and the Nordic Regions.

Unibet has customers in over 100 countries and Daniel Eskola, Head of Products and Gaming at Unibet, expressed that he was pleased with the new arrangement. Julian Jarvis, Chief Business Affairs Officer at Odobo, also explained,  “Unibet is a key player that offers Odobo stronger distribution in continental Europe and access to a substantial new player base. This is great news for us, our developers and ultimately the players who enjoy these games.”

Odobo has developed its HTML5 content so it can be distributed across all supported jurisdictions and markets.

 

 

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