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Mobile operators bite into global gambling pie

Discussion in 'Software Issues' started by oldman, Oct 27, 2004.

    Oct 27, 2004
  1. oldman

    oldman Dormant account

    New York, man :)
    Mobile Streams, a mobile content company, announced the launch of Go Vegas Go, a fully licensed mobile gaming and gambling service, pdatoday.com reported.

    Among the games offered by the operator are Poker, Roulette, Blackjack and several types of slots which can be played on Java-enabled mobile phones. A number of web-based games are also offered. Mobile Streams will rely on Virtue Fusion as a supplier of the gambling platform and games.

    Customers will be able to download the games to their mobile phones by sending an SMS message. The Go Vegas Go service is for adults over the age of 18, and conforms to the age verification processes currently being implemented by the mobile carriers. Customers will enjoy excellent odds, usually in excess of 95 percent.

    Mobile Streams will also be making Go Vegas Go available to many of it's partners on a white-label basis, enabling them to introduce the service without the need to develop a costly infrastructure and issue a gaming licence.

    It's amazing! I just wonder how far will it go...!? does it mean that in nearest future gamers will be able to gamble on their way to work while travelling in public transport !? :rolleyes:

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