August 30th, 2012
London-based online gambling operator Smart Gaming Group (SGG) has just released the first mobile Live Roulette gaming application. The app, which features live streaming and real presenters, will be available to both iPhone and Android users. The app’s presenters are based at the company’s studio in London and can also be viewed live on Sky Channel 863.
SGG made the app free to download and will include three Live Roulette variants: “Social TV”, “Auto Black”, and “Auto Brown” Roulette. Players can use real money or play for free if they choose. Users who want to play with real money can create an account from the app, while current Smart Live Casino users can just log in to their accounts from the app.
The “Social TV” Live Roulette game, the most interactive of the three, has a live dealer for players to chat with. The others are all automatic, air-powered Roulette games and are available all day, every day.
With additional mobile and Facebook apps in the works, Smart Gaming Group is preparing to announce more games in the coming months.
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