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Sigma Gaming Releases First Slot Through Odobo Partnership

The United Kingdom based game developer Sigma Gaming has released its first online slot through its new partnership with Gibraltar based game provider Odobo.

Sigma Gaming, which has previously released titles such as Golden Money FrogHi Lo Gambler and Pick a Fortune, has joined other game makers in joining up to Odobo’s Developer Program, and their games will be made available through the Odobo Marketplace, which now has 45 distinct titles to its name.

The New Slot – The Jewel Thief

The new slot which has just hit the online shelves is known as The Jewel Thief; a game which has had a previous life existing as a social game which was developed with flash technology and was available on a commercial casino site.

It features 5 reels and 50 paylines along with 3D visual animations and a lively soundtrack, and the theme of the game is the attempted recovery of a stolen necklace and to catch the thief that did the stealing.

The game is set amongst darkened streets and speeding police cars, and the characters in the slot include a policeman and his fetching female partner, along with a cheerful and friendly police dog.

There are Free Spins to be won by players of this slot, as well as a Bonus Game to be undertaken, which is where the player has the chance to recover the stolen necklace from the thief, by landing him on the first reel in the game, and landing a police car on the fifth reel in the game.

This latest version of The Jewel Thief has been developed using HTML5 technology, and will be available to gamers on desktop, mobile and tablet platforms, through most online commercial casino sites.

Sigma Gaming And Odobo

Sigma Gaming was formed in 2014 by Kevin McGovern and James Ramshaw, who have over 35 years’ experience in the gaming industry, and who also act as joint Directors of the company.

On the new partnership with Odobo, James Ramshaw made note of Sigma’s satisfaction with being able to provide their games to Odobo’s Marketplace, as well as Sigma’s move into HTML5 game development, which will allow them to develop and provide their games to players across all of the gaming platforms.

Rob Smith, who holds the position of Legal and Business Affairs Manager with Odobo, has welcomed the team from Sigma on-board, noting their vast industry experience, and expressing a wish that Sigma can reach their full potential though the use of Odobo’s Game Development Kit.