Monday, February 20, 2012

A Canadian Company Leading Amaya Gaming Launches Mobile Offering

The new gaming technologies has been in the news of late with the recent news of it’s acquisition of Cryptologic for $36 million and with a signed 3 year licensing agreement with a subsidiary of Australian solutions provider Aristocrat Leisure and the recent licensing agreement Amaya Gaming strengthens it’s position in the industry by supplementing their existing online gaming content with Aristocrat titles which are well known among casino customers worldwide.

A deal with Cryptologic goes through to Amaya is hoping to even become more of a recognized heavy hitter, here’s what Amaya president and chief executive David Baazov said, “We look forward to completing the acquisition of CryptoLogic as another important step in our international expansion strategy to deliver leading edge gaming solutions to our expanding global client base of regulated gaming operators and governments,” he added to a press release from earlier, “Amaya’s 1st mobile casino games offerings will include a selection of its proven slots:  the classically designed, Bars and the Bells which features the ground-breaking Streak Breaker feature in the perennial favourite Dragon 8’s and the very popular 1024 ways Lost Temple.

In addition to the exciting slot action, Blackjack and an assortment of lottery games will round out Amaya’s comprehensive mobile offering and the Amaya’s mobile casino games will be available in the second quarter, with plans for more best of breed mobile games to be released as part of a phased roll out through 2012.

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