Online Gambling Hybrid Games Coming Soon

Published Friday, April 04, 2014 -
Online Gambling Hybrid Games Coming Soon

Royal Wins is a digital games studio founded in 2005 that is creating real money skill and chance social games on the web for desktop and mobile devices. Royal Wins leverages proprietary 3D game engine development, artificial intelligence, natural language processing, smart data and mobile technologies to offer scalable and entertaining real money games to disrupt the online gambling industry.

Royal Wins is based in Sydney, Australia and Guangzhou, China. The company recently announced it will focus its strategy on developing a series of real-money ‘hybrid’ games that feature both skill and pure luck wagering components.

The firm confirmed the new title would be a “casino‐style game at the front end, but with the dynamic of skill, and the ability to go to higher levels at the backend”.

Royal Wins has secured a number of patents for its new games, which it said would allow it to attract  both seasoned and new gamers to a “totally new and immersive” gaming experience. The games are already at the beta stage and are due to launch in late 2014.

Robert Fong, CEO of Royal Wins, commented on the developments,  “While social games may currently have the numbers, the market reality is that gambling‐style gamers have the money.

“While there is a lot of product currently available on social casinos, most of it is either inferior to, or no better than what you can find in any land‐based casino.

“That being the case, we believe the current model for what is largely a play‐for‐points system is ripe for disruption. Fong continued, “Through extensive testing of our existing user base of some 230,000 registered social gamers, we believe we’ve come up with a new style of game that will blow the current combined gambling/social games market wide open.”  “We believe these new ‘hybrid’ games are the way of the future and fully expect them to become a ‘break out’ category in their own right.”




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