ORLANDO, FL -- (Marketwire) -- 09/25/12 -- OnlineCasino.co has launched a new mobile design this week at m.onlinecasino.co, as well as the release of eighteen play-for-free online casino games.
"Being a leading independent reviewer of online casinos, this sits perfectly in line with OnlineCasino.co's mission statement -- to educate and provide online gamblers with accurate and reliable information regarding fun money and real money online gambling options," said company spokesperson Ryan Thomas.
OnlineCasino.co free casino games, which can be found on the accompanying game guide pages, include three each of the most popular online casino games -- slots, video poker, roulette, blackjack, craps and table poker. Free online slots include Alice in Wonderland, God's of the Nile and Vanilla Cocktails. Video poker games include Deuce's Wild, Joker's Wild and All American. The most popular table game, blackjack, can be played in three rule variations -- Atlantic City, Spanish Blackjack and Royal Vegas (courtesy of leading Euro Casino, Royal Vegas). Standard craps as well as Island Craps can be found on the craps guide, while Roulette games include the quintessential American, European and French games. And for all the poker fans out there, OnlineCasino.co is offering free Texas Hold'em, Let'em Ride and Three Card Poker.
These free internet gambling options are a helpful, risk-free way to learn the most popular casino games and brush up on strategy while getting to experience what the gaming software is like at the best online casinos reviewed at OnlineCasino.co.
So too will the mobile version of OnlineCasino.co help players in their search for a reputable mobile online casino to wager real money with. In lieu of an increasing number of heavyweight companies entering the real money mobile online gaming market, such as Zynga (signing a contract with Nokia last week) and Caesar's Entertainment, the OnlineCasino.co mobile platform will enable a seamless transition of its mobile referral traffic.
"In order for internet gambling websites, operators and portals alike to stay competitive and ahead of the curve, it is mandatory to offer mobile gaming solutions to accommodate the increasing number of smart phone users, let alone smart phone users who are accessing the Web via mobile browsers," says Mr. Thomas.
This has been the sentiment of the most successful online gambling companies today, such as Paddy Power, whose online revenue accounts for 80% of the company's overall profit, unlike its closest competitors. Paddy Power's CEO, Patrick Kennedy, said in a recent interview with the Wall Street Journal that of the $375 billion global betting and gaming market, "Only 9% is online... a tiny figure of which the online proportion is going to explode in the next ten years." To put this in perspective, Kennedy points out, "There are twice as many mobile phones as there are toothbrushes in the world."
Another thing that Paddy Power has done well at is optimizing the social media front, having achieved more followers on YouTube and Facebook than any other international online betting business, as well as being the first gaming company to use Twitter for customer service.
Facebook, FB, which last month began allowing real money online gambling via licensed and accredited companies in regulated markets -- namely the UK -- is especially being looked at as the next big playing field for online gambling companies with mobile apps. Ryan Thomas says that OnlineCasino.co will likewise be amping up its own social media presence, having recently launched a branded Facebook page, and acquiring nearly 1,000 Twitter followers in a short time span.
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