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Gaming Supplier Realistic Games Launch Mobile Version Of Lottery Game Keno
- June 3, 2014 By Staff Writer -
UK Gaming specialists Realistic Games supply some of the very best high quality gaming software to a selection of the worlds leading online gaming companies, and today the company have launched their Keno lottery game for both mobile and tablet devices.
The new style Keno game is now available at a selection of Realistic Games’ operators, operators such as Betfred, bet365, Ladbrokes and William Hill. The game allows players to select numbers at random from a pool of 80 numbers, and it then allows the players to place bets of varying stakes, or if players prefer they can select the random number selection instead and their numbers will be selected for them.
The game is complete with a turbo mode that allows the game speed to be increased, and there is also an auto play function as well so players can play a number of games in succession. Players who choose to play the new Keno game on their mobile phones will be able to select a magnifier mode as well, a function that will make selecting their choice of numbers far easier.
Realistic Games have also announced that they will also be introducing a new style Keno game for desktop users too in the very new future, a game that is sure to be just as popular as the mobile and tablet version is proving to be.
The Commercial Director at Realistic Games is Andy Harris and he is “confident” that his company’s new game is by far the most superior Keno game available on the market today as he said, “There are very few mobile Keno games available on the market, but we weren’t convinced that the ones that exist were presented as effectively as they could be, so we invested some time creating our own. We wanted to make the game as usable as possible. We’re confident it will be popular with players in a wide number of markets who enjoy the format and want to play on the move.”
Realistic Games were first founded in 2002 with a selection of games released over the first few years of trading, but such is their expertise and experience they now provide games for desktops, mobiles, iPads, iPhones and Android Devices as well as supplying gaming software for Fixed Odds Betting Terminals that are found in a number of the UK’s leading Bookmakers.
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