Sigma Games And L2w In Content Development Agreement

BingoLinka and SpinLinka currently in the pipeline

Gambling game developers L2W Limited (Link2Win) and Sigma Games have announced a long term strategic game development agreement for the next generation of 'Linka' games, with BingoLinka and SpinLinka currently in the production pipeline. SpinLinka has particular application in the casino/slot segment of the market.
John Reid, CEO of Link2Win, said in a company statement Monday that Sigma truly understands the important features and underlying math requirements for great game design, and that his staff looked forward to the collaboration.
Kevin McGovern, a founding partner of Sigma Games, added: "Link2Win has created a new gaming system which has very strong and flexible underlying core game mechanics and maths models, with multiple applications for lottery and digital gaming markets. We look forward to working with the Link2Win team to develop games that deliver engaging and satisfying player experiences."
Link2Win is a patent-pending gaming system, which provides new number-orientated games, using an innovative linking system that utilises and fully displays a small set of numbers on a matrix grid.
The games are built on robust math models in which winning steps are transparent, engaging and easily understood. Links occur between numbers on the grid to create flexible and wide ranging odds profiles. The forming of links provides continuous action and engaging game plays with multiple rewards and numerous near wins.

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