Probability, the dedicated mobile casino specialist, has proved a company to watch in 2013 as they have set about bringing their unique games and mobile platform to as many different regions as possible. Earlier this month they signed a deal with Glu in order to aid their establishment in the US and they have swiftly followed it up with a new agreement with Spin Games, a rising name in the US as a provider of both land based and interactive casino games.
A common factor among each of these partnerships is that Probability is looking to make use of the established gaming portfolios of their partners while conversely the partner in question wants to capitalise on Probability’s undoubted experience in the mobile industry that has seen them partner with William Hill, Paddy Power and more. In this particular case, Spin Games will provide both concepts and designs from their own back catalogue of slots and video poker games, while Probability will carry out the task of developing fully featured HTML5 versions of these games before deploying them at both their own mobile casinos and those of their partners through their own network platform.
If you have never heard of Spin Games before, then there is nobody better than Charles Cohen, CEO of Probability, to explain the thinking behind the partnership.
“The team at Spin Games has an amazing pedigree in video poker and slots for the land based casino market, particularly in the US and Asia. Their deep understanding of these game genres and what players enjoy and look for in these formats mean that together we can create world class mobile gambling content with proven appeal. Our initial focus is to add a portfolio of Spin Games’ innovative video poker formats to our platform which will put these games within reach of millions of consumers using thousands of different mobile devices.”
Kent Young, the founder and CEO of Spin Games was similarly enthusiastic about the deal and reserved special praise for Probability’s existing achievements in their home market of Europe: “Our goal is to provide operators with innovative content which can be deployed quickly and efficiently. The partnership with Probability combines Spin’s innovative IP content with Probability’s expertise in mobile content distribution throughout the European region. It’s a great time to be in the interactive space and we see a significant long term opportunity and believe the partnership will be extremely successful for both companies.”
Of course, in real terms, this means that players at any Probability mobile casino can expect a wealth of new titles to hit their screens in the coming months. In addition to the partners mentioned above, the company also operates its own mobile casinos in the form of LadyLuck’s and Moobile Casino. If you want to be among the first to see exactly what these Spin titles have to offer then we would definitely recommend giving either of these operators a go. You can find out more about both by checking out our full and dedicated reviews of each here on MobileCasino.net.