Bodog has announced that it is moving into the mobile gambling arena in Canada with the launch of a mobile version of its casino. The casino is IOS and Android compatible, meaning that it will work on iPhones, iPads and a range of other smartphones and tablets. Initially there will be just ten games available, but the expectation is that more will follow in the future.
The Bodog brand is one of the best known names in online gambling and remains a popular betting and gaming destination despite closing its doors to players in many parts of the world earlier this year. Bodog now focuses on the Canadian market while their sister brand, Bovada, deals with the US market. Back in May, Bovada also opened its mobile casino so it is no great surprise that Bodog Canada have followed suit.
The games are available are very similar to those that Bovada launched initially, with a couple of extra slot games. Table game players will pleased to know that blackjack and European roulette are included but slots are clearly the main focus. There are eight slots in total, including 3D games such as Mr Vegas, SlotFather and After Night Falls. Lucky 7 is also included for those that prefer classic slots.
Mobile casino gaming has been around for a while now but it is still considered to be in its relative infancy. It has proved to be very popular and many of the major online casino operators provide at least a small selection of mobile compatible games. Bodog clearly want to get in on the action they will be hoping that Canadian casino players are pleased with what they have to offer.
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