Social Gaming Network Launched in US by Income Access
Oct 7, 2013
Income Access Launch the First Real Money Social Gaming Network in the US
As the US gears up for an influx of mobile casinos – as soon as they pass the right legislation – the social gambling community is jumping up and down, looking for attention.
With the size and reach of social gaming, casinos have been trying to squeeze into the market for some time now, with some success – see the rise in social slots for a good example – and they’re about to get another boost with the launch of Income Access’ new Social Gaming Network.
While mobile casino games in the US may still be free play rather than real money, the November 23rd deadline for the country’s first real money online casino – limited to state of New Jersey, though it may be – could herald a new age for gambling in the US: the first online age since Black Friday took away legal online poker.
So gambling technology company Income Access are very excited about their new product, with a large take-up expected for the marketing tool among wannabe real money mobile casino gambling companies.
CEO Nicky Senyard spoke of the news: “There are no networks of this kind focused solely on social gaming. We have been running the leading real-money gaming network for more than a decade but the industry is rapidly evolving and it is time to try something new. With the new network we have created a space where marketing partners are able to send previously idle US traffic to the best and biggest social gaming brands not only in the US, but also in the world.”
“We believe the network has huge potential, not only for the social gaming sector, but also for the real-money gaming market in the US as more states begin to replicate Nevada, New Jersey and Delaware’s regulatory approach.”