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Swedish Company to Offer Real Money Gambling in 14 New Countries

Feb 22, 2012

Swedish gambling company expands
Gambling expansion

Bet 24 expands its business with mobile poker games to new countries.

Swedish gambling business Bet 24 is looking to expand its reach in the coming weeks, after announcing that they are seeking to introduce games in up to fourteen new countries, according to the latest casino gambling news.

The announcement that Bet 24 is ready to offer additional countries the option of using their mobile poker games, comes as mobile casinos are hitting an all time high, and rapidly growing in popularity.

Having set up established mobile casino gambling operations successfully in the United Kingdom, France and Austria, Bet 24 are looking to branch out further into Europe. Belgium, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Greece, Latvia, Lithuania, Netherlands, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Switzerland and their native Sweden are all countries where the mobile poker games are earmarked for success, with the application now available to download in the countries.

Speaking on behalf of Bet 24, the Swedish company’s Poker Manager, Lars Kollind had the following to say about the sudden announcement: “Mobile has been a true success story for us with thousands of downloads since launch. I have studied the development carefully and am proud to say that mobile poker generates growth without cannibalizing current poker revenues from PC and Mac.”

It is widely reported that up to 55 percent of Europe’s population will be able to benefit, should they decide they want to, from Bet 24’s new mobile poker application. Though this may dwindle with certain countries tightening their grip around regulating online gambling such as online casinos, and online blackjack.

Mr. Kollind added that, “we are really glad that the customers like our product and use it on a daily basis.”

As more and more mobile gaming applications find their way across the internet, Bet 24 could be in for some tough competition from other businesses, but for the moment, the move is believed to be one of the biggest branch outs in the short-life of mobile gaming, with potentially hundreds of thousands of players now able to access the mobile poker application.

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