Isle of Man – Locus swarms into mobile and tabletBy Phil - 25 June 2013
Locus Gaming has signed an exclusive deal to launch mobile and tablet games using MOVE powered by NYX OGS on its Jack Gold Casino site.
The Isle of man-licensed operator has been using the Swedish company’s Rapid Platform since launch and has now expanded the relationship to provide a host of mobile and tablet games.
Among the games players already have access to are Merlin’s Millions Superbet, Irish Eyes 2, and Medusa Slot. More games are scheduled soon and will add to and complement the variety of content already available on www.jackgold.com.
Locus Gaming CEO, Ed Andrewes, said: “We have really benefited from working with NYX Interactive over the last nine months. Their Rapid Platform has proved both flexible and robust. It is a natural progression that we should add the suite of games provided through MOVE to our already diverse products. We are confident that these games will perform particularly well on mobile.”
David Flynn, CEO of NYX Interactive, said: “Locus Gaming benefits from an experienced management team who are pushing the boundaries of site design and content. They see the value in our MOVE product delivering the best in mobile games from several providers via a single API.
Locus Gaming launched Jack Gold Casino in January 2013, offering a range of traditional casino games, including roulette and blackjack, as well as three and five-reel slot games and video poker.
It is the first online casino created with a responsive design to deliver a premier user experience on mouse-led and touch screen devices, with content displaying at optimal size and resolution on both.
Extremely intuitive to use, it requires no set-up or download, removing all barriers to the online casino. Since launch it has offered customers slots and table games content from Realistic Games and Microgaming Quickfire.
Last month Locus Gaming rolled out its live dealer service on the site offering roulette, blackjack and baccarat tables staffed by professional dealers and streamed in TV quality video following a deal with Evolution Gaming.