NetBet migrates Poker770; Fuga Gaming partners with Odobo

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The Malta-licensed gaming operator NetBet’s tie-up with online poker card room Poker770 has been finalized after it successfully migrated Poker770’s players to its gaming platform. The re-branded NetBet Poker platform adds to the company’s existing offerings, NetBet Casino and NetBet Sports, to create a singular platform that offers a complete range of products and games.

NetBet migrates Poker770; Fuga Gaming partners with OdoboLong-time players of Poker770 will have a new home in NetBet Poker after Poker770 shuts down. Poker770 players’ accounts and funds will remain intact after the migration. Together, players from the Poker770 brand joining the NetBet players will form a large community of over 2 million players.

“We are aware that players want the choice and security a united platform offers them and so are delighted to be able to make this announcement,” NetBet said in a statement. “Poker770 players will find a familiar home with the same high standards but we also look forward to welcoming many new players to our NetBet family.”

In other news, Gibraltar-based mobile developer Odobo has signed a deal with land-based games developer Fuga Gaming Technologies to help the land-based game developer convert their games to HTML5 format.

Fuga Gaming established itself as a premier land-based games developer. It has over 70 titles featured in casinos and on cruise ships all over the world, including video slots, table, poker and bingo games, and multi-player systems.

Under the agreement signed by both companies, Fuga’s new online games will be created through Odobo.

“Odobo provides sophisticated and cutting-edge technology coupled with the games distribution Fuga is looking for,” Odobo Chief Technology Officer Peter Mares said in a statement. “From our first conversation it felt like a natural fit and it’s a privilege to now be helping the team to realize its vision.”

Fuga Gaming is one of 25 active developers building games via the Odobo Developer Program, expanding its online gaming offerings into Europe, Asia, and Australia.


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