Is the physical casino doomed? Not exactly, but mobile technology is certainly giving the physical gaming establishments of the world a legitimate run for their money.
It goes without saying that there is certainly an appeal to gambling in a live casino. When you combine the cocktails, lounge music, performance venues and overall ambiance, casinos are hard to compare to any other form of entertainment.
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Aristocrat casinos have some of the most celebrated live slot machines in all of Asia. And the quality just keeps on rolling.
In a recent announcement shared with mGamingWatch, Aristocrat Technologies confirms that they’ve teamed up with International Games Systems to release nine of their most popular slots for free within the social casino market.
The FA FA FA Slots app features free versions of Aristocrat slots like Wild Panda and 50 Dragons. The Android app is targeted for the Asian-Pacific market, and is designed to provide a casino-worthy gaming experience for all.
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GSN Games just announced the launch of their new free gaming application—GSN Grand Casino.
The new app is developed specifically for smartphones and tablets, and was generated after careful consideration of consumer feedback of GSN’s previous offerings.
The GSN Grand Casino offers innovative interactive slots, as well as card games and bingo games that can be unlocked by gaming with greater frequency.
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Many hotels have been experimenting with concierge apps designed to personalize their guest’s stay within their hotel, which is likely the inspiration for Red Hawk Casino’s new mobile app.
The myRedHawk Mobile app is available for both iOS and Android, and comes with a multitude of time saving and convenient features. Not only does the app allow casino guests to plan their trip to perfection, and integrate with their calendar, it will also provide access to exclusive rewards and offers.
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This week, FanDuel briefed our sister site MMW on their new exclusive multiyear partnerships with 13 National Basketball Association (NBA) franchises.
According to details shared, the deals involve the Atlanta Hawks, Brooklyn Nets, Charlotte Hornets, Chicago Bulls, Cleveland Cavaliers, Dallas Mavericks, Detroit Pistons, Indiana Pacers, Memphis Grizzlies, Miami Heat, Milwaukee Bucks, Orlando Magic and Utah Jazz.
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Tapinator, Inc. is a globally recognized and well-respected developer of social gaming apps. While they have published a wide-range of games, they have yet to venture into social casino games—that is until now. In an announcement last week, Tapinator shared that they have launched a new Video Poker VIP app on iOS.
It comes as no surprise that Tapinator has decided to enter the world of social gaming, as it is a highly lucrative industry. While many are uncomfortable with, or do not have access to online gambling, social gaming is generally free, and free or inexpensive to download games. Even though social casino games are affordable, app developers can generate massive revenues in add-ons and extra features such as more purchasing more lives, or advanced gaming features.
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Apple doesn’t have a death wish for gambling apps after all.
At least not in parts of Europe.
According to iGaming Business, Swedish operator association Branschföreningen för Onlinespel (BOS) says “Apple is to reinstate gambling applications for a number of major operators to the country’s App Store.”
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Meet “Comp My Play” — a new mobile app that delivers what we’re told is exclusive casino incentives that users can redeem directly from their phone or mobile device at their favorite casinos.
With the relationship between casino gaming and mobile technologies growing closer than ever previously imagined, those behind this latest offering seem to have their finger on the precise pulse of the gaming industry today.
And support for the platform is coming out of the woodwork.
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The Atlantic City Alliance (ACA) is the agency responsible for staying on top of the city’s negative news. In the past few years negative news has been related primarily to casino closures, financial concerns, and legal issues the city is facing.
While many similar agencies focus on how many media impressions each of their negative or positive news articles generates, the ACA has developed a different benchmark. The thought behind their benchmark acknowledges the fact that just because media impressions may be high, that there is not necessarily a measurement of the negative or positive impact.
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There are “gateway drugs” — supposedly — and then there appear to be “gateway apps.”
According to a recent report authored by Strategy Analytics — “TripAdvisor: A Gateway App” — TripAdvisor users are on average 3 times more likely to own an airline, hotel, or OTA app than others.
The strategy Analytics research suggests that TripAdvisor “could be the travel industry’s key to finding an engaged audience.”
Data from AppOptix indicates that travel apps represent less than 1 percent of all mobile device sessions.
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