Complete Overhaul for Vegas Mobile Casino
Posted on by Sean Williamson
Probability plc was launched in 2003, and has been dedicated to working within the field of mobile gaming ever since. Among its successful projects is the Vegas Mobile Casino, which the company owns and operates.
The strategy of Vegas Mobile Casino has traditionally been, in keeping with the overall strategy of Probability; to focus exclusively on mobile gameplay. Now, with a complete refurbishment, the casino is to expand into desktop entertainment as well. A restructured games lobby and website should make navigating an even smoother experience. Players will also be able to access 400 new games on the site, including offerings from such top-level producers as Genesis Gaming, Leander Games, Microgaming, NetEnt, NextGen, NYX and Thunderstruck. A new VIP room will be available on both platforms, as will Live Dealer games and a Live Chat function.
Free spins on selected slots games and new and exciting bonus offers can also be looked forward to. For those who really relish spinning the reels, the introduction of a no-deposit free play mode on these games should also be very welcome. This will allow players to get used to slots games and build up their confidence before staking any real money bets, and is also a good way to unwind and enjoy the game. With no financial risks, most players are better able to relax and just have fun.
The relaunch, which is considered by many insiders to be a huge upgrade to the casino, was announced at a press release in London on the 24th of August. To get things off to an auspicious start for Vegas Mobile Casino’s new ventures, celebrities, industry journalists and eminent personalities attended the function.
Vegas Mobile Casino’s Digital Marketing Head commented that the company was very excited about its new direction, and it seems safe to assume that players will be too. The intention is to enhance its position as number 1 mobile casino provider in the United Kingdom market and make strong forays into the conventional online market. It will be interesting to watch the company’s development and progress as it attempts this, as in the past it has been the other way around, with established online gaming companies venturing into the world of mobile.