Realistic Games Launch Desktop Content With Boylesports

REALISTIC GAMES LAUNCH DESKTOP CONTENT WITH BOYLESPORTS

03rd February, 2014 at 07:15:06
Source: http://www.azonlinecasinos.com

Full suite follows mobile integration.

British slots and table games developer and supplier Realistic Games is to roll out a full suite of desktop games with Boylesports.

The slots and table content, will be available on the Irish bookmakers' Games tab, and follows the success of the HTML5 games on the company's mobile Games site.

Among the popular titles on offer will be Roulette and Blackjack, and the popular slot Super Graphics Upside Down, recently nominated for a prestigious Game of the Year award.

Boylesports, along with other Realistic licensees, are also set to benefit from a host of new content currently in production at Realistic's base in Wantage, Oxfordshire, commercial director Andy Harris revealed this week.

Boylesports' head of casino and games Fraser Linkleter, said: Realistic's games have been very popular on mobile devices and we had no hesitation in taking their desktop content.

The attention to detail behind the games is second to none and I'd be very hopeful that they will perform as well on desktop as they have done on mobile.

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