Here’s What’s Happening in Mobile Gaming, Casino Marketing

Here’s What Happened in Mobile Gaming, Casino MarketingIn case you haven’t checked out our sister site mGamingWatch in recent days, here are some of the top stories in mobile and online gaming, marketing, and technology that they’ve been monitoring.

The states of Nevada and Delaware are taking a joint gamble on a groundbreaking interstate online gambling agreement. As two of just three states to have legalized online gambling to date, the governors of Nevada and Delaware have reached an agreement allowing residents in those states to play against one another inside of virtual poker rooms, the AP confirms.

Betfair says there is value in using photo-messaging app Snapchat in the modern age of mobile gaming and gambling. Betfair plans to serve up “exclusive football odds” to smartphone users through its freshly announced partnership with Snapchat.

Representatives from Boyd Gaming tell mGamingWatch on Friday that gamers can now experience the “glory days” of one of the Las Vegas strip’s most fabled casinos on their iPhones, iPads or iPod touches. Stardust Casino launched today on iOS by Win, the social gaming company backed by

This week at Mobile World Congress, the team at PlayPhone – a leader in mobile social gaming – announced an innovative partnership with Tango, the popular U.S.-based mobile messenger app that lets users connect with friends via calls, messaging, video and shared entertainment.

While New Jersey officials aren’t admitting defeat or failure by any means in their latest assessment of online gambling’s arrival in New Jersey, they are admitting that initial revenue projections were simply too lofty.

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