Odobo Ink Deal with Coral Interactive

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Odobo, the HTML5 game development program and marketplace, has brought the Gala Coral Group’s Coral Interactive into their fold to join the likes of Bet365, Betfair and Unibet, as the group continues to expand.

Odobo Ink Deal with Coral InteractiveOdobo continue their expansion with the news that Coral Interactive have inked a deal that will see them gain access to the HTML5 developer’s game distribution network.

The deal is the latest in a string of British influenced hand shakes as Coral Interactive join the likes of Betfair and Bet365 as users of the game distribution network. It’s believed that Coral Interactive is already showcasing Odobo games on their mobile and desktop devices.

Julian Jarvis, chief business affairs officer at Odobo, said, “Coral Interactive is a substantial gain for us and our developers. We’re thrilled to have another established name join the Odobo Marketplace.”

Coral customers will now gain access to a host of new HTML5 games, including Gold Dice, Poker Drop Riches and Beat the Croupier.

Angus Nisbet, gaming director at Coral Interactive, said, “Odobo has fantastic games available that come from a diverse range of developers. We’re pleased to be gaining access to its titles and have been so impressed to date that we have commissioned bespoke content via Odobo.”

Karma Gaming Also Join the Fun

The new deal comes a week after the Canadian gaming outfit Karma Gaming also joined the Odobo marketplace. Karma Gaming boasts a team that contains over three decades of experience in the gaming industry and they specialize in lottery style games for both mobile and desktop.

Paul LeBlanc, CEO at Karma Gaming, said, “The Odobo Developer Program offers a modern and sophisticated solution for games distribution. By opting into this program we are significantly expanding the potential reach of our games within the regulated global gaming market.”

Karma gaming became the 27th active developer to join the Odobo Developer Program since the umbilical chord was cut.


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