Online Gaming for casino

Online Gaming for Casino

Browsing Posts published in December, 2013

 

The latest company to launch a HTML5 platform is Williams Interactive. This new platform will make all the games under the Williams Interactive library to eventually become available to users of mobile phones as well as tablet users.

The games being launched for its initial release include Amazon Queen, Zeus, Kronos and Lancelot. The beginning of the New Year will further see the launching of two additional games, Rainbow Riches and Zeus III.

One of those to first offer the games will be Unibet. They have made comments relating to the new addition stating that the excitement felt at the multi-game launch will allow us to include the efficiency that we have towards our marketing goals as well as allow us to provide another great series of games for our customers.  The distribution of multi-channel gaming content is an important aspect for Williams Interactive and allows them to further pursue their goal of providing one the world’s best online gaming experiences.

The games are set for release over the next few weeks and players can anticipate several promotions for those games once they do go live.

Playtech, a supplier and developer of internet betting software, has now added their live games to their growing mobile platform. This includes both their HTML5 platform as well as their regular Mobile platform.

The HTML5 allows for all of the Apple products while the other is compatible with Android, windows and others. Live gaming has grown exponentially since being released and Playtech is the first to offer live gaming under this format.

Playtech believes firmly that by releasing the live games to the mobile content will help them move forward to the next level of mobile gaming. It will permit them to tap into a new emerging market on a greater scale. It will further enhance the attractiveness operators have to those considering playing or already playing with them.

This will definitely help operators who focus on the Asian markets as well as Europe where mobile gaming has a growing presence. It will give those operators a stronger competitive edge that will see a higher level of traffic and profitability for those and future operators.