Playtech Limited, a leader in online gambling software, has launched a mobile bingo service for Android devices. The product will allow customers to chat with other players and enjoy games such as 90 ball bingo, 80 ball bingo, 75 ball bingo and Deal or No Deal Bingo.
According to a statement from Playtech, players are now able to access their online accounts via Android handsets and play along with players from the Web.”
“In the coming months the product will be rolled out across the iOS platform for iPhone and iPad users, as well as an HTML5 version.”
This new product is promising ‘a seamless experience between the web and mobile platforms’. Over the upcoming months, the product will be released to a ‘core group of partners’, while it is currently accessible via ‘a select number of’ licensees. Continue reading Playtech Launches Mobile Bingo for Android
The Samsung Galaxy S III LTE has already been released in the United States and in Korea. This mobile device has already proved popular amongst those who play mobile casino games. It looks as if the Samsung Galaxy S III LTE will be heading over to Europe next.
Mobile casino players in Germany are likely to be the next in line when it comes to choosing this mobile casino device. The word that is out is that the Samsung Galaxy III LTE will be heading to Europe in October, with Germany as its first stop. Continue reading European Mobile Casinos Soon to Have Samsung Galaxy S III LTE
Red Hawk Casino in Placerville, California, has launched a mobile application developed by Bally Technologies, Inc. Available for Apple and Android mobile devices, the application will give players the opportunity to enjoy the best of the casino on the go.
The application gives players access a range of information about the casino and allows them to enjoy some top games. Customers will be able to view available table games, slots tournaments and high stakes poker tournaments at the casino, as well as view the casino’s latest promotions. Continue reading New Mobile App for Red Hawk Casino
Seattle-based casual games provider, Big Fish Games Inc. has signed a deal with London-based Betable to provide real money gambling to UK-based mobile players.
The Big Fish real money app will be available for iPhone users and will be a version of Card Ace: Casino, the mobile social casino game developed by Big Fish. The new app will be re-branded and will accessible ‘within the next few weeks.’ There are already plans for more games to be added to the real money gaming app in the next few months and these will include blackjack, roulette and video poker. Continue reading Big Fish Launches Real Money iPhone App
A new account holder at William Hill Mobile Vegas Casino won a jackpot payout on the video slots game, Cop the Lot. The player, who only signed up at the casino two weeks prior to his win, took home close to £110,000.
The 23 year old player from Newcastle wished to remain anonymous, but revealed that this was the first time that he had played the Cop the Lot game. He hit the jackpot after having spent only £2 on the game and that small amount saw him taking home an impressive £108,468. Continue reading New Account Holder Wins Jackpot at William Hill Mobile
American supplier of mobile and in-play gaming technology, Cantor Gaming, plans to launch a wi-fi sports wagering solution within Nevada. The solution will be available for online and mobile wagering via multiple devices including desktop computers and laptops and mobile handsets.
Based in Las Vegas, Cantor Gaming is an affiliate of Cantor Fitzgerald, a financial services company. The new wi-fi solution will be available only in the State of Nevada. 3G and 4G location capabilities are not necessary; however, according to Cantor Gaming, ‘any wi-fi network within Nevada’ will support the solution. Continue reading Cantor Gaming Launches Nevada Wi-Fi Sports Wagering
Virgin Games and Virgin Mobile Casino will begin using a mobile remote game server (RGS) solution licensed by International Game Technology (IGT). The agreement will allow Virgin Mobile to offer mobile versions of specific games.
The first games to be included in the deal will be Cleopatra and Da Vinci Diamonds; however IGT has stated that more games are ‘slated to be released soon’ and these will include Cats, Elvis: A Little More Action, Kitty Litter and Wolf Run. Continue reading Virgin Mobile to Use IGT Mobile Remote Game Server
Online sports betting company, Betway, has announced the launch of their sports mobile application for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.
The new app will allows punters to place bets on 25 sports including football, Formula 1, golf and tennis, as well as major sporting events from around the world, such as the London 2012 Olympics. Continue reading Betway Launches Mobile Sports App
UK-based gaming company, William Hill, has signed an agreement with the Plaza Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas to provide mobile sports betting and a betting kiosk. The agreement comes less than a month after William Hill received their Nevada Gaming license. The Plaza Hotel and Casino is operated by Play LV.
William Hill already operates the Lucky’s Race and Sports Book at the Plaza Hotel and the racing and sportsbook assets of the Sierra Development Company, since it acquired American Wagering Incorporated, Brandywine Bookmaking for approximately $53 million. It had been the operator since 2008. Continue reading William Hill Provides Mobile Sportsbetting for Las Vegas Casino
All Slots Mobile Casino has announced the launch of two new mobile games for Android. The latest games push the tally of mobile games up to twenty five, giving players a wide choice from slots, table games, progressive games and more.
The games are both video slots games and are added to their other 3 reel and 5 reel options. Both games, Loaded and Deck the Halls, have been especially adapted for Android use in the All Slots Mobile Casino. Continue reading All Slots Mobile Launches New Android Games