This week saw Leo Vegas strike a deal which will improve its games offering tenfold. Teaming up with developer and games marketplace Odobo means that Leo Vegas will gain access to over 75 brand new games. With the casino set on increasing its foothold in the lucrative UK market, this new partnership comes at the perfect time as Leo Vegas is in the midst of a charm-offensive to gain British players. There are so many good things about the new deal, that I barely know where to start.
In Leo Vegas’ last outing in the news, we were all treated to a pretty dreadful TV advert which hardly let us know what we were being sold, plus it totally ripped off Foxy Bingo. This time round, however, there really is a point in taking notice of the news about this casino. Given that new UK players are Leo Vegas’s target, it’ll be interesting to see how impressive we find the new suite of games.
Oddobo is a developer in its own right, which means that with the new licencing agreement Leo Vegas will gain access to 25 of Odobo’s home grown titles – though we’ll be honest, there are no details of which exact titles we can expect to see on the casino yet. On top of that, Odobo is also a marketplace for dozens of other developers to sell their products. Because of this, Leo Vegas has also managed to secure licences for a further 50 games developed by Odobo Marketplace partners. This makes this Leo Vegas's biggest ever new game hoard (even bigger than when it added all of the Bally's slots)
And the best thing about all the new games? They’re all built using HTML5, meaning each and every one of them will be ready to play on your phone or tablet the minute they make it onto the site.
Whether or not Leo Vegas chooses to use all of the new games it now has licences to, there’s no doubt that it’s going to have an impressive array of new titles to show off once it gets around to uploading them all. Speaking of which, it’s not only the games which Leo Vegas is going to be benefiting from in this deal – a ton of helpful new software is also going to be making the player experience even better.
More than just games
To help integrate the games onto the site, Leo Vegas will be taking advantage of the Odobo datacentre’s ‘managed solution’ integration that makes the integration of each game quick and easy, and helps Leo Vegas respond to the needs of its players like never before. Players will enjoy smooth gameplay and superfast loading times, and given that the teams behind Leo Vegas and Odobo have already started taking steps to make the games available, we’re pretty sure we’ll be able to enjoy all of this very soon indeed.