World Focuses on Mobile Gambling
The Mobile and Tablet Gambling Summit took place in London last week with much of the agenda comprising on discussions regarding the best platform for mobile development, web based or downloadable apps.
Some firms argued that web based development is better as it is less costly and easier to modify/upgrade than installed applications. Another advantage is that any web compatible device will be able to access the application.
The summit took place at the same time as Microgaming expanded its new Go Mobile Platform by launching two new games, Agent Jane Blonde and Avalon.
The latest additions follow the launch last month of the Mega Moolah progressive jackpot on the mobile platform as well as added compatibility for six different languages.
Both Agent Jane Blonde and Avalon are graphic-rich and packed with unique features. Agent Jane Blonde includes a 15 free spin bonus game and an attractive gamble feature. Avalon offers 12 free spins and up to 7x multipliers on winnings.
The Go Mobile Platform offers over 75 mobile games and is compatible with a huge range of smartphones and tablets. Over the coming months Microgaming is expected to produce many more games for the platform and to continue its expansion.