Tote Tasmania Goes Mobile with Mobenga

Published Friday, December 11, 2009 -

Mobile gaming and content enabler Mobenga has partnered with Agility Interactive which is a leading provider of advanced technologies for media, gaming and technology to enter the Australasian market. The Swedish mobile gambling technology provider Mobenga has announced it has signed a deal with the Tote in Australia shortly after the Tote was taken off of the market because it did not receive any viable offers. When commenting on the Agility Interactive partnership the CEO of Mobenga, Christian Rajter said, "The partnership has already produced very positive results." He added, "We are excited to work together with Agility Interactive to target the Australasian market. They have an impressive knowledge and network in this geography and combined with our experience and expertise we will have a very strong foundation for our offering".

iGaming France and Overwatch Tasmania report that the deal with the Tote was recommended by Agility Interactive, a consultant to Tote Tasmania.

State Treasurer Michael Aird said recently, “Tote Tasmania has identified the need to find new markets, increasingly offshore, and alternative forms of revenue, based around its core activity, betting,"
“I expect Tote to announce some exciting initiatives in the New Year which will clearly demonstrate the internationalisation of the company, among these will be a new international brand, along with an expanded business operation through acquisition and strategic alliances."
Dennis Verrios, Agility Interactive's Chief Operating Officer commented, "Agility has had a long history of dealing with mobile products and understand that the secure and timely transactional and intense data needs of wagering make it imperative to find a product suite that was "built for purpose". We are very excited to collaborate with Mobenga and intend to roll their platform out across Asia Pacific".

Mobenga will provide full mobile services to Tote Tasmania which is sure to boost their revenues looking at the huge growth in mobile gaming in that part of the world.



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