If you didn’t already know by now then perhaps you aren’t one of the billions of smartphone or tablet owners around the world. We are of course talking about online gambling on a small (sometimes very small a screen). This is a section of the gaming industry which has been on the rise since the introduction of Apple’s iPhone in 2007 and the subsequent development of competitor devices such as the Android platform, Windows and Blackberry.
With the launch of the iPad and other tablets in 2010 it became clear that casino gaming on devices was going to be big business. Core Gaming is one such company which has been developing content for mobile devices since 2011 and has quickly earned itself a reputation as an industry leader.
Back in 2011, bright sparks at Core began to realise that developing online slots for mobile devices was potentially big business. Steps forward in HTML5 coding coincided with the introduction of powerful devices such as those mentioned above enabled Core to produce games which were hardly different in quality to desktop versions.
Some of the bigger online casinos began to test the water with conversions of their most popular slots and the first shoots of a new industry was being born. Only a handful of HTML5 developers had taken the necessary steps to prepare themselves at this point and as one of those, Core was almost overrun with conversions requests from any number of gaming websites.
Now in 2014, Core Gaming is one of the industry’s clear leaders and has partnerships with Sky Vegas, Paddy Power, Ladbrokes and Betfair. Every month brings news of new developments and new releases and Core has ongoing development partnerships with companies such as Ash Gaming, Blueprint Gaming and Amaya.
The success has been masterminded from Core’s headquarters in Solihull in the West Midlands and this is an organisation which is clearly in the right place at the right time.
External Link: www.core-gaming.info
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