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7Red selects mobile platform

25 April 2012

DUBLIN, Ireland -- (PRESS RELEASE) -- Mobile Stakes, the real-money gaming industry's first cloud-based game streaming platform for online casino games, today announced that European online casino operator 7Red will use the Mobile Stakes platform to bring games to the iPad and smartphones.

The cloud-based Mobile Stakes platform enables online casinos to take their popular flash web-based casino and sportsbetting games directly to mobile devices without any reprogramming or redesign of the game.

Using the Mobile Stakes platform, online casino operators can offer their customers a mobile version of all their popular games with the exact same gameplay, payouts, security and identity protection offered by the online casino. In addition, mobile players get the same signing bonuses, monthly promotions and offers they'd get on the online site.

"With Mobile Stakes, online casino operators can finally give their players the mobile freedom they've been clamoring for," said Peter Relan, Founder of YouWeb Incubator that backed Mobile Stakes. "We're thrilled that's customers will play their favorite online casino games from the comfort of the home, golf course, and spa on tablets and smartphones."

"7Red is committed to giving our customers the best value while playing at the best online casinos and now, mobile casinos, in the industry," said Ido Raviv, CEO of 7Red. "Without the Mobile Stakes platform, our portfolio of 75 games ranging from blackjack, roulette, video poker and soft games simply could not be brought to the iPad in a short time and with no re-development in HTML5 or native code."

Mobile Stakes technology is also suited for web- and Facebook-based social casino gaming companies that currently do not have real-money gaming offerings. Zynga, the leader in Flash-based social games played on Facebook, recently announced an online casino game while Electronic Arts subsidiary PopCap Games recently released Lucky Gem Casino but both Zynga and EA accept only virtual currency in their casino-themed games.

Mobile Stakes made its announcement in conjunction with the Global iGaming Summit & Expo (GiGSE) today in San Francisco.

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