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New mobile deal for Spin3-Microgaming

Discussion in 'Online Casinos' started by jetset, Jun 19, 2007.

    Jun 19, 2007
  1. jetset

    jetset Ueber Meister CAG

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    SPIN 3 LANDS 777MOBILE CONTRACT

    Probability Games software switched to Microgaming associate

    Latest coup for Spin3, the mobile gambling associate of software provider Microgaming is the contract for well established mobile casino 777 Mobile.com, which was announced today (Tuesday). The mobile casino has switched from a St Minver white label operation powered by UK mobile firm Probability Games to Spin3's GameWire wireless casino sustem.

    Already one of the world's most established mobile gaming operators, 777 Mobile chose Spin3 to replace its existing mobile casino system based on Spin3's award-winning total mobile gaming solutions. Unlike many online gambling companies, who see mobile gambling as merely an add-on to their internet offerings, 777 Mobile is primarily focused on mobile.

    "777 Mobile reviewed its existing mobile casino system from Probability, and after lengthy deliberations chose to partner with Spin3 because they offer a complete mobile system," said Yishai Habari, Founder of 777 Mobile. "The GameWire system is a highly comprehensive and competitive solution with minimal support and intervention required from our end. Not only do we expect to benefit from Spin3's variety of high-quality mobile casino games, 24/7 back-office support and their robust reporting system, but also deliver a marked improvement in mobile gaming experience to players in a safe and secure mobile environment."

    Spin3 CEO Matti Zinder said: "777 Mobile's selection of Spin3's GameWire over a competing prominent player in mobile gaming is a great endorsement for the robustness of our solution," predicting that such upgrades to mobile casino offerings will become increasingly common for top brands keen to stay on top.

    GameWire's suite of real casino games allows casino operators, mobile service providers and virtually any enterprise to launch fully operational mobile casinos. The suite has an advanced graphical user interface with a full, easy-to-navigate Java menu system for easier gameplay, providing a seamless playing experience. The gaming suite offers a range of games that includes progressive slots, backed by full banking facilities.

    Founded in mid-2005 by an ex-Party Gaming marketing executive, 777 Mobile has become a leading operator in the mobile sector.
     
  2. Jun 29, 2007
  3. Simmo!

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    I missed this one!

    Question Jetset: does a casino choosing to partner with Spin3 have to sign a licence with Microgaming like the "normal" online casinos or can any old casino partner Spin3 games?

    Cheers

    Simmo!
     
  4. Jun 30, 2007
  5. jetset

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    The contract is with Spin3, who use Microgaming games is my understanding. Spin3 is owned by Spiral Solutions - a longtime associate of MGS.
     
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  6. Jun 30, 2007
  7. Simmo!

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    Ok so effectively Spin3 are now a software provider alongside MG, RTG et al I guess. Be interesting to see how they police stuff down the line. I've tried out the games and the Spin3 system impresses...somewhat better than the PhantomFiber system in use at iNetBet for sure. I think there is a big future here, but I guess the concern is that it will bring a whole load more "unknown" software companies and casinos to the market.
     
  8. Jun 30, 2007
  9. jetset

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    Yeah - a lot of effort has gone into the Spin3 technology "Gamewire" - I can recall speaking to Matti Zinder a couple years or more back some time before the Spin3 launch and at that time they were being diligent to say the least in the tweaking and testing process.

    This mobile market has seen a lot of hype with talk of billions in potential for the last few years but it seems to be slower than anticipated in taking off, although it's certainly gathering useful momentum now from what I can see.
     

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