Playson Joins The Odobo Developer Program

Program gives developer the ability to deliver games via desktop and mobile devices

With popular titles like Alice in Wonderslots and Lucky Pirates to its credit, games development studio Playson is becoming increasingly well known in the HD games development business, and it has extended its range by joining the Odobo Developer Program this week.
Playson employs around 250 people in offices and studios in Malta, Ukraine, Russia and Belarus covering the full spectrum of desktop and mobile-accessible games, a capability that has been enhanced by Odobo's ability to deliver games content to players on desktop, tablet and mobile in a single HTML5 client build.
Via Odobo Play, Playson will have the opportunity to take an active role in the promotion of its games with gaming operators.
Adam Daniel, managing director at Playson, said: "Odobo represents a modern and sophisticated solution for bringing games to market. The tools on offer allow us to provide our content to multiple vendors and millions of players via a single build."

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