One online casino game developer that simply could not be ignored in 2013 was BetSoft as they continued to release top class titles every single month and rapidly expanded the number of partner casinos that they were working with. However, one area in which we heard little from the company and their partners was in the field of mobile gaming, although that looks certain to change in the coming months thanks to a renewed focus on smartphone and tablet slots.
In an effort to ensure that the company is not left behind by the competition in arguably the most important part of the industry at the moment, they have announced that they intend to release some of their biggest hitters over the coming months with dedicated mobile controls. These controls will of course be updated to work well with the latest touchscreens, but everything else will remain exactly as it is currently.
This in itself will be something of an achievement, as BetSoft is well known for producing some of the most visually impressive games out there. Their 3D slots in particular have a loyal following and they are one of only a handful of companies that may well be concerned with the hardware keeping up. Nevertheless, the latest phones and tablets all offer high definition graphics and the latest processors should be more than capable of keeping up with rendering the slots in the manner that players have become accustomed to.
Indeed, BetSoft has gone out of its way to confirm that when quality games like LOST and Madder Scientist hit mobile devices soon, there will be absolutely no compromise on gameplay mechanics, bonus features and quality graphics. Anthony Locke, Head of Development at BetSoft, commented that “BetSoft will be at the forefront, developing new technologies and producing the best portable content in the industry.”
It is certainly a bold statement to make. BetSoft has made massive inroads in the online industry recently, with big names like Mr Green and Jetbull among the casinos to now offer their titles. However, when it comes to mobile gaming, they do not just need to take on their existing competitors in the game development industry, but also a number of dedicated mobile providers such as Probability, the company behind LadyLucks Mobile Casino and various white label brands.
They will also need to ensure that their games work perfectly in conjunction with the existing mobile platforms of the big name casinos. In addition to Jetbull and Mr Green, BetSoft also supplies games to the likes of Bet365 and Emu Casino and all four of these operators feature on our list of the most highly recommended mobile casinos around. However, BetSoft’s mobile games are severely underrepresented at the moment and they will undoubtedly be hoping that the quality of the games themselves shines through, just as it has at the noted casinos’ respective online properties.
We’re confident that BetSoft will do a great job of entering the mobile gaming market and if you want to be ready for when that happens, then you can check out our reviews of each of the mobile casinos mentioned above in our review section here at MobileCasino.net.