Mr Green IGT Deal to Offer Mobile Online Gambling

Published Thursday, April 11, 2013 - Online-Casinos.com

Mr.Green online casino holds gaming licenses issued by the Lotteries and Gaming Authority, LGA, in Malta and has a sterling reputation for fair and secure online gambling. The Swedish founded online casino operating in the regulated European market has about 200 games in its offering.

International Game Technology recently announced it will supply Mr Green with it portfolio of mobile games. Mr Green’s mobile products will include free to play and real money games, made available by integration with IGT’s platform. Markus Aurala, Chief Product Officer at Mr Green commented on the supply deal, "Mobile gaming has very quickly grown in popularity, and the key to sustaining this is to offer players mobile versions of their favourite online titles," Aurala, added, "IGT's leading brands and top performing mobile games will be a significant tool for us to help drive customer acquisition and loyalty."

Leigh Nissim, IGT Commercial Director of Interactive services, also commented, "Mr Green is an operator that places a firm emphasis on delivering a quality gaming experience so we are extremely pleased to be announcing this extension to our relationship," Nissim, continued, "This agreement reinforces IGT's ability to leverage our strong online performance and offer the same great games across multiple channels."

The New York stock exchange listed International Game Technology is a leader in the casino games industry supplying many of the worlds casino operators. IGT purchased Double Down Interactive that it says engages as many as six million players every month. Games going live at once are Da Vinci Diamonds™, Cleopatra™, Cats™, Wolf Run™ and Kitty Glitter™. IGT mobile gaming accepts iOS and Android devises and audio that rocks. Mr Green is an award winning online gambling web location that is constantly expanding its reliable offerings and now with a mobile offering it has come of age.

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