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Probably nobody knows exact how many mobile casinos exist worldwide. A huge step forward since last years is that most of them are mobile nowadays. Meaning that you can use your mobile devices to play all your favorite games, including the progressive slots.
It started in the 1990s. The first online casino was Gaming Club (1994). By 1998, there were more than 250 casinos on the Internet. So, playing mobile casino games has become common. It is estimated that about 65% of all casino players choose to play via their mobile. Lots of the players prefer to play in any location. Many of them want to play casino games not at home for whatever reason but in a public place.

Are there related benefits? Yes, mobile players get free spins offers 'only available via mobile' at several casinos. And of course, you can play 24 hours/day!

Casino Apps

As you probably know, Google doesn’t allow real-cash gambling apps on its Google Play store. On the other hand, Betcade has launched its own Android-based app store for real-cash gambling in jurisdictions where it is legally permitted. They created a dedicated app store for real-cash gambling apps for casino operators. They plan to start in the UK.

Australia mobile gaming market

Australia's online casino market is one the biggest markets in general. Speaking about Australia gambling includes 'pokies'. Pokies are in fact the same thing as slot machines, being the most popular games played by Australians. So, slots games is the same as pokies or pokie games.

UK mobile gaming market

Some statistics claim that the UK gambling industry gets nearly 35% of profit through mobile casinos. Main sub markets are blackjack and slots. Today, UK’s Gambling Commission has 277 registered remote gaming operators. The Malta Gaming Authority has 510 official registered. There are over 2000 online casinos at present that offer nearly every type of real-cash casino game possible.

HTML5 software and mobile casinos

Around 2010 a further step was made concerning casino software. HTML5 was developed and now game developers and mobile casinos could offer cross-platform games that can run on phones, tablets and computers. Casino gaming companies started using HTML5 to develop their casino products. Casinos could now reach more players than ever before!