Paddy Power to Offer Playtech Mobile Casino Games

Online sports betting operator, Paddy Power and gaming software provider, Playtech Limited, have signed a deal that will provide mobile casino gaming content to Paddy Power’s customers.

Playtech acquired mobile platform developer, Mobenga AB last year and revealed that this is the first mobile deal that is has signed with Paddy Power since that time. It will provide nine mobile casino games to the sportsbook, including a range of slots games, blackjack and roulette. Continue reading Paddy Power to Offer Playtech Mobile Casino Games

Alderney License Awarded to OMI Gaming

OMI Gaming, the Swedish-based mobile casino games developer, has been awarded a gaming license by the Alderney Gambling Control Commission. The Core Service Provider Associate Certificate will allow the developer to provide gaming content to online operators based in Alderney, as well as operators around the world that are licensed by reputable jurisdictions. Continue reading Alderney License Awarded to OMI Gaming

Danske Spil Signs Deal with Betware for Mobile Content

Denmark’s gambling monopoly, Danske Spil AS has signed an agreement with mobile gaming software developer, Betware, for mobile gaming content. The deal will allow Danske Spil to offer mobile sports, lotto and instant win games for smartphone users.

As the sole provider of online and retail gaming solutions in Denmark, this deal will provide ‘a new and exciting distribution channel for Danish players.’ Continue reading Danske Spil Signs Deal with Betware for Mobile Content

Betboo to Go Mobile with Mobenga

South American-based online gaming company, Betboo, has signed a deal with Mobenga for access to its mobile services. Subsidiary of Gaming VC Holdings, the online casino and sportsbook operator, Betboo will now be able to offer their sports betting services on the go.

The Swedish-based Mobenga was recently acquired by leading software development company, Playtech. It offers mobile sports betting platforms and Betboo will now have access to a series of customized mobile sports betting clients. Betboo customers will be able to access the sports betting services from a range of mobile devices, giving them the flexibility to wager on sporting events while on the move. Continue reading Betboo to Go Mobile with Mobenga

Go Wild Casino Goes Mobile

Go Wild Casino has launched their new mobile casino platform. Powered by Microgaming casino software, the mobile platform is supported by a wide range of mobile devices such as iPhone, iPad, Android and Blackberry. The software is Java-based so it is supported by a number of other mobile devices as well.

The platform has been optimized for mobile and includes a number of useful features and functions, including quick and simple registration for new players. There are a wide range of games for players to choose from including roulette, blackjack, video poker and slots games such as Thunderstruck, Mega Moolah, Mermaids Millions, Tomb Raider, Major Millions and others. Continue reading Go Wild Casino Goes Mobile

Gala Casino Launches Mobile Platform

Gala Casino has launched a new mobile casino platform. Powered by the casino software provider, Playtech and owned by the Gala Coral Group in the UK, Gala Casino now allows its players to play on the go from a variety of mobile devices.

Gala Mobile Casino offers a number of useful and worthwhile features including quick registration that allows existing players to continue using their online accounts when playing on the mobile platform. Continue reading Gala Casino Launches Mobile Platform

Playtech Signs Social Gaming Deal with Skywind

Online and mobile gaming software provider, Playtech, has signed a deal with Skywind Holdings Limited. The software licensing deal will see Playtech entering the social games market.

The deal will include 20 percent royalties on associated revenue, plus €6 million per annum from Playtech in exchange for ‘access to a broad range of social gaming platforms and products in addition to complementary real-money products’ with the aim to provide ‘a unique position in the market. Continue reading Playtech Signs Social Gaming Deal with Skywind

Sisal Signs Deal with Mobenga

Italian-based Sisal SpA, the lottery and sports betting operator, has signed an agreement with Mobenga AB, mobile gaming software developer. Mobenga will upgrade the Matchpoint mobile product from Sisal as stipulated in the agreement.

“Sisal’s strategy is based on working with the best international partners and we are very pleased to team up with Mobenga,” commented Marco Tiso, Sisal’s Digital Games Business Manager. Continue reading Sisal Signs Deal with Mobenga

Boylesports Adds NetEnt Mobile Casino Games to Portfolio

Irish bookmaker, Boylesports, has signed an agreement with software gaming developer, Net Entertainment for mobile casino game titles. Net Entertainment will provide mobile casino gaming content to Boylesgames, making the games available for Boylesports mobile and online platforms.

The casino games can be simply and quickly integrated into existing platforms and they offer superior graphics and a management system. Continue reading Boylesports Adds NetEnt Mobile Casino Games to Portfolio

Intralot Introduces Online and Mobile Sports Betting in South Africa

Greek gaming provider, Intralot, has announced that their South African subsidiary, Intralot South Africa, has launched its fixed odds online and mobile betting sites. The sites, www.justbet.co.za and mobi.justbet.co.za went live on June 1.

Players are now able to bet with impressive odds with the company’s license covering sports and horse racing facilities in the Western Cape in South Africa. Continue reading Intralot Introduces Online and Mobile Sports Betting in South Africa