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Mobile Gaming

Discussion in 'Online Casinos' started by thelawnet, May 25, 2005.

    May 25, 2005
  1. thelawnet

    thelawnet Dormant account

    Hi... I have just acquired an Orange SPV C500 (in the US this phone is known as the Audivox SMT5600) smart phone, which runs Windows Mobile 2003. I'm keen to gamble on the move, so does anyone know if any major casinos let you play with your normal casino account while mobile? It seems that something like blackjack should work pretty well on a small screen.
  2. May 25, 2005
  3. Simmo!

    Simmo! Moderator Staff Member

    Web Dev.
    There are a few Mobile Casinos starting to pop up now - Microgaming have teamed up with Spin3 and there are a couple already out but games are limited. I've come across 4 in my research so far - Ladbrokes, Win7, Winward and Vegas Magic. The former 2 are MG while the latter 2 are proprietary. I wrote up some reviews a few recently and they're looking promising :)

    MG have released Treausre Nile, BJ, a 3 line slot and JoB VP so far.


  4. May 26, 2005
  5. elscrabinda

    elscrabinda Experienced Member PABnorogue PABnoaccred

    If winward apply the same rules they do to their download casino then UK players are banned
  6. May 26, 2005
  7. sharpgambler

    sharpgambler Webmaster

    webmaster, research
    Although I didn't try any mobile casino so far, I can add Golden Palace to the list. I saw your mobile device on their list of compatible phones.
  8. Nov 16, 2005
  9. maxfalcon

    maxfalcon Dormant account

    This front is moving up quite fastly this year. Lots of partnerships have been signed with various companies.

    Other than that 7Win7 does not exist anymore and the Microgaming mobile games (with Treasure Nile progressive :thumbsup: , blackjack etc...) are now to be found at Wild Jack Mobile Casino, which has been recently launched. Also, SlotLand started offering their mobile games this month (or last month), and there's also GigaSlot who is offering mobile slots since a long time.

    I believe the mobile casinos have quite a good potential. What do you think? That's quite funny to play blackjack anywhere you want! I am sure that the futur developments will lead to more great games and a stable, easy-to-use technology.
  10. Nov 16, 2005
  11. jetset

    jetset RIP Brian CAG

    Senior Partner, InfoPowa News Service
    The m-gaming business has definitely been attracting a lot of action this year with many companies starting to come to notice like Mfuse, Spin3-Gamewire, Chimera, Zone4Play, Phantom Fiber, TBR Entertainment, Cellectivity, Mobvision and Abiro, Probability Games, MFORMA, EGET, Orange, Mobile Pioneer and Monstermob coming to notice and working with online gambling entities that are perhaps more familiar to us.

    At the recent EIG Simon Holliday of GBGC gave an excellent research-based statistical presentation on the market that included a reference to m-gaming. Apparently the penetration is already 15 percent and that could climb to 27 percent in a much bigger online gambling market by 2010.
  12. Nov 16, 2005
  13. Slotster!

    Slotster! I predict a riot. CAG

    al Hazard
    Location, Location!
    I signed up with "wild jacks", following some promo from All Slots.

    Absolutely *dreadful* performance... I was getting about three spins out of the slots before a connection error, and video poker was nigh on impossible. Persevered for a couple of days before losing the will to live and deleting the games from my phone.

    There's a long way to go technology wise on this before it becomes even nearly bearable. Real shame, as the games themselves looked really good.
  14. Nov 16, 2005
  15. Sodax77

    Sodax77 Dormant account

    Human Being

    Slotland use Gigaslot platform. I have good relationship with GigaSlot. Reputable.

    There is still many wireless casino without help (settings, etc, etc).
    I made helpful topic to You must register/login in order to see the link. about GigaSlot
  16. Nov 17, 2005
  17. maxfalcon

    maxfalcon Dormant account

    Yeah! I've seen your username several times in their winners contest charts if I remember well! :thumbsup:

    Exact. I've seen the similarities between the two slots when they launched the games. Are GigaSlot and SlotLand owned by the same person? If not, a good move for SlotLand would be to purchase GigaSlot to acquire their mobile customer base.

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