Bet24 has recently launched a new mobile poker app, joining the ranks of those poker sites that have moved into the mobile realm. The app is to be available on Android and iPhone. It will be available for iPhone users in the UK and Austria and will be downloadable onto Android from the official Bet24 website.
Lars Kollind, Poker manager from Bet24 said, “We’re certain that mobile poker is the future. Just imagine sitting on the bus and getting the full game experience on your smartphone. Continue reading
Net Entertainment, the Stockholm-based online gaming software developer, has recently launched its first mobile offerings. The games are available for iOS mobile devices, including iPhone, iPad and iPod.
The games will be marketed under the brand, NetEnt Touch. The first release will include three of the company’s most popular online titles – blackjack, Gonzo’s Quest and Jack Hammer, with plans for more games to be released during 2012. Continue reading
Cirsa Gaming Corporation SA and Parspro have reached an agreement that will see the sports betting software developer providing an automated mobile sportsbook solution to the gaming operator.
The Spanish-based Cirsa will use the automated ppTOTO sportsbook solution which incorporates their live betting platform, as well as the mobile platform for pre-match and in-running events. Continue reading
Bwin, the online gambling site, has launched a new sports betting app that will be available for smart phones, including Android and iPhone. The app will offer the ability to place live and pre-event wagers for all sports betting events and will allow players to place multiple pre-event wagers via iPhone.
Users will be able to place single and multi-bets and will be able to call up details of bets that have already been placed. Continue reading
ONEworks, the Asian sportsbook software services provider, has recently been awarded an Isle of Man Gambling Supervision Commission’s Network Services License, making it the first iGaming company to receive such a license.
The license indicates that ONEworks complies with online gaming standards and licensing requirements for the jurisdiction. Continue reading
Microgaming, the leading online gaming software provider, has announced the release of eight new games to add to its suite of mobile offerings. The games will be available on Android smart phones and tablets and will use the new ‘swipe and tap’ interface.
The eight games include some of Microgaming’s top slots and video poker games. Continue reading
BetChoice, the leading Australian online betting site, has signed a deal with Mobenga AB, the mobile platform developer to help it develop a mobile sportsbook. The BetChoice mobile sportsbook is now available on iPhone and Android.
Mobenga was acquired by Playtech, the leading online gaming software developer, in July. Continue reading
Online gaming operator, Virgin Games has announced that Virgin Casino will now offer a new mobile casino powered by QuickFire, the instant gaming system from Microgaming software.
The mobile product, developed by Virgin together with mobile marketing agency, Somo, is a web application, removing the need for it to have App Store approval and making it instantly available to customers. Continue reading
OnLive, the Palo Alto-based cloud gaming company, has recently announced that they have released an app that will allow users to enjoy games that were previously only available on gaming consoles, to be played on mobile devices.
The app will allow popular titles such as “DiRT 3,” “LA Noire, Assassin’s Creed: Revelations” and “Batman: Arkham City” to be played on tablet devices such as Apple’s iPad, Amazon’s Kindle Fire and Samsung’s Galaxy Tab. Continue reading
Leading mobile gaming developer, Probability, has released its interim financial results for the six-month period to the end of September. The results indicate continuing growth for the company with an increase in net gaming revenues of more than 41 percent to £3.27 million.
The report indicated that operating expenses for the six-month period increased by 29.5 percent to £430,000 and administrative costs increased by 7 percent to £2.9 million. Continue reading