GTECH Reveals A New Poker Platform

GTECH Reveals A New Poker PlatformGTECH has recently announced plans to reveal its new poker platform the 2013 Global Gaming Expo (G2E) in Las Vegas. In addition to the poker platform, they are also launching a mobile poker to be used on iPad tablets that features ergonomic thumb play.

The new poker platform has been redesigned to include a variety of new features. It is flexible and scalable, giving customers the ability to tailor fit their needs for the player base. It has all of the modern features of a poker platform and is designed to address all of the new changes of online poker. A special emphasis is on the various channels and networks – it is possible for a person to play on various mobile browsers and it can be purchased through the Apple Store.

The first thumb controlled tablet game is delivering a comfortable experience that players are already familiar with. For years, players have been using their thumbs for video games – so it only makes sense that they have rolled it out for poker as well. The GTECH app uses the landscape position, which is ideal for gamers as it allows them to play on their iPads. The solution features a user-friendly interface that uses gestures, swipes, and other taps similar to standard tablet handling.

GTECH has also announced that they will be showcasing a complete portfolio of mobile games. This includes various Las Vegas style casino games, sports betting, lotto, and poker. Mobile gaming has increased significantly in North America and GTECH has prioritized with this in mind.

All of the products by GTECH are Mac and Windows compatible. The company’s booth will be at booth number 1265 at the Expo and will highlight land-based, PC, and mobile games that will be found around the globe in a matter of months. Individuals will be able to go directly to the booth if they are at the Expo to learn more about what the company has to offer and sample some of the games firsthand. For those who cannot make the Expo, there will be plenty of opportunities to see what the company has to offer in a matter of months.