Here are some of the top stories in mobile and online gaming that our sister site mGamingWatch has been monitoring in recent days.
- MGW Interview: ‘Up All Day’ Giving Gaming, Hospitality Clients a Competitive Edge in Mobile Marketing
Nowhere is the evolution and fusion of mobile and marketing more apparent than in the gaming industry today. And perhaps nowhere is the help of mobile more sorely needed. To that end, the team at Up All Day Creative Solutions is helping its clients gain a competitive mobile edge in their marketing. And so far, the results have been nothing less than remarkable.
As expected, 888 Holdings is already seeing the benefits of the gradual but steady emergence of legalized online gambling in the United States. The online gambling and poker giant is making headway in Nevada, and Delaware and New Jersey are also squarely on the company’s radar.
Last week, mGamingWatch reported that Borgata – a property owned by MGM Resorts International – became the first company to receive an online gambling license by the State of New Jersey. But Borgata now has some company. The Golden Nugget Atlantic City also received the state’s official green light this week and a corresponding Internet gambling permit.
Donald Trump is a very happy man today. Mr. Trump’s two casinos in Atlantic City have officially received their Internet gambling permits. Representatives for Trump were notified today regarding the formal authorization.
The findings of a new survey commissioned by the Las Vegas Sands Corporation isn’t casting a favorable light on the public’s eagerness for online gambling. We should note, however, that Sheldon Gary Adelson – an American business magnate and a fierce opponent of online gambling - is chairman and chief executive officer of the Las Vegas Sands Corporation.