Ladbrokes Introduces Mobile Online Gambling from Playtech

Published Friday, March 07, 2014 - Online-Casinos.com
Ladbrokes Introduces Mobile Online Gambling from Playtech

The online gambling industry is changing rapidly with the addition of mobile casinos and games for real money. The industry operators that are onto the trend of mobile play stand a good chance of beating the odds and are hitting the ground running with the latest technology available.

Online gaming technology and gambling services provider Playtech recently announced it has released a mobile version of its live casino solutions for one of the largest United Kingdom gambling services operator Ladbrokes. Ladbrokes  will now be able to distribute all of Playtech's live games across all platforms including HTML5 and native versions for iOS and Android devices. Ladbrokes went live earlier this year with Playtech’s live casino games for desktop devices.

Ladbrokes will provide an exclusively branded 'Live' area, called a private area that Playtech commented that it is the largest the company has developed. Playtech’s multigame interface allows players the opportunity to open three games and play them at the same time in a single pane wher ether can be an interchange of games available. The mobile version features a unique lobby area where players are able to tap on any table to join the action.

Head of live games at Playtech, Aviv Nankin commented, “We are very excited to launch our live offering with Ladbrokes,” Nankin continued, “With its branded clickable private area live stream and full support for all mobile devices, I am certain Ladbrokes will see the positive results of this launch in no time. Our product definitely represents the next generation of live games and we are excited to launch this new advanced live casino solution with one of the leading brands in our industry.”

 Playtech founder Teddy Sagi announced recently he plans to sell off 10 per cent of his holdings in the software group, with ft.com reporting today that the figure has since risen to 15 per cent.




 

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