It surely has proven to be a busy year regarding the amount of technologic updates in mobile devices and social networks. Just recently we heard about the integration of Facebook in the UK online gambling scene, becoming the first American company to do so.
Now comes the turn of Playtech, one of the leading casino software developer companies. Their subsidiary, Mobenga, recently made an open framework, whose objective is to permit a full integration of content in mobile products.
Mobenga called this development “The Mobile Hub”. This tool target audience are casino operators, so they have means to improve their management system, letting them customize them at will. The Mobile Hub will give them the possibility of taking the most out of their mobile offerings.
The Playtech subsidiary announced that this application has an advantage over others that attempt the same thing. It’s easy to use interface and application will be functional in : iPhone, Android & Tablet platforms. Having a centralized control scheme, The Mobile Hub will grant the user more control than never regarding the mobile casino experience.
Being an open platform, casino operators will be allowed to put the content they want. This means it will not be restricted solely to Playtech content, something that usually happens with this kind of software tools. Of course, there shall we facilitations specially made to integrate Playtech content in a fast manner. The Mobile Hub is compatible with almost all web browsers.
Christian Rajter, both the founder and one of the most important figures inside Mobenga, feels very optimistic regarding their accomplishments: “We are very proud of our accomplishments with the Mobile Hub & thrilled to see Gala Coral operating it to run their new mobile offering. By combining Mobenga’s proven leadership in mobile technology with Playtech’s strength in player management systems, we were able to achieve an extremely efficient tool, using the advantages of Playtech’s strong back office to deliver the best mobile platform for operators via the Mobile Hub.”