Mr.Green Online Gambling Teams Up with Bally Technologies

Published Monday, June 03, 2013 -
Mr.Green Online Gambling Teams Up with Bally Technologies

Since 1932,Las Vegas-based Bally Technologies has been designing, manufacturing distributing and operating, advanced gaming devices, systems and technology solutions worldwide.

Bally’s product line includes reel-spinning slot machines, video slots, wide-area progressives, interactive and mobile applications, and Class II, lottery, and central-determination games and platforms. Bally also offers an array of casino management, slot accounting, cashless and table management solutions.

Recently the firm announced it will be offering its online slot games on the U. K. based online gambling operators site Mr.Green. Mr. Green also plans to offer Bally developed games on tablets and mobile phones in the coming future.

Mr. Green Chief Product Officer, Markus Aurala commented, “I'm very excited that Mr. Green can be one of the first ones to offer Bally's games to its customers online” Aurala continued to say, “Bally's proven game concepts and innovative features have been successful in land-based casinos around the world, and I'm sure our customers will enjoy them. The games surely bring the feeling of Las Vegas everywhere.”

Bally’s Interactive General Manager and Managing Director, Michael Probert also commented on the arrangement, “This is a significant moment for Bally Technologies in the online market,” adding, “Partnering with Mr. Green makes perfect sense as Bally continues to take steps into the global online casino business. We believe our popular games will be enjoyed by online players.”

Mr. Green was the first online casino to offer games from several different casino vendors through an in-house developed seamless solution. This makes it possible for players to change vendors without exchanging chips or coins. With Mr. Green, players can set their own limits as to how large a risk they want to take. Mr. Green operates with gaming licenses for casino issued by the Lotteries and Gaming Authority, in Malta and Mr. Green was voted the best online gambling web site by magazine Internetworld over the past five years.

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