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LeoVegas partners with Odobo; NetEnt announces €3.1 million Mega Fortune jackpot

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LeoVegas partners with Odobo; NetEnt announces €3.1 million Mega Fortune jackpotMobile and online casino Leo Vegas has signed a deal to launch a wide array of HTML5 casino games developed by Odobo.

Under the agreement, Leo Vegas gains access to over 50 games, initially licensing 25 games produced by the Odobo Developer Program and available through the Odobo Marketplace.

Odobo Founder and CEO Ashley Lang sees a great potential in the partnership, calling it an important milestone for Odobo.

“We are very proud and excited to welcome Leo Vegas to Odobo and to see our games content available to their massive player-base. We share a common vision to raise the bar in terms of quality, variety, and entertainment in mobile gaming,” Lang said. “Leo Vegas is selective about the content that they offer their players and being chosen to supply games to their award-winning casino is a testament to the quality of games coming into the Odobo Marketplace.”

“Through Odobo we gain access to a rapidly growing portfolio of high-quality HTML5 casino games to offer our players – all on a single platform and available through the convenience of its unique app store,” said Leo Vegas Chief Executive Johan Styren. “We want to excite and engage our players and through Odobo we have found innovative and exclusive new games such as Akaneiro, Epic City and Gourmet Ranch Riches.”

Meanwhile, Swedish casino games developer Net Ent has paid out €3.1m to a Norwegian customer playing Mega Fortune on Norskeautomater.com.

The announcement follows Net Ent’s January Mega Fortune jackpot of €4.4 million paid to a LeoVegas customer.

Mega Fortune is currently Net Ent’s highest valued jackpot game and has been part of the content provider’s gaming portfolio since 2008.

“I’m not superstitious, but Friday 13th was a strange day. I accidentally deposited 1000 EUR instead of 1000 Norwegian kroner. I tried to stop the transaction, but it was too late, so perhaps it was destiny,” said the player, whose details were undisclosed.

“We’re only three months into the year and there have been two significant pooled jackpots drop. The life-changing sums on offer act as a perfect way to boost acquisition rates and retention levels for operators,” said Simon Hammon, chief product officer of NetEnt.

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