Koolbit Partners with Cozy Games for UK Mobile Casino Launch

Posted on: February 21, 2013, 05:29h. 

Last updated on: February 22, 2013, 03:03h.

San Francisco-based Koolbit has announced the UK launch of the company’s iGoSlots.com, a real-money mobile casino. The announcement came after the virtual currency mobile casino network operator agreed on a partnership deal with Cozy Games Management Limited, the gaming solutions developer.

Led by former Betfair USA President, Gerard Cunningham, Koolbit has released iGoSlots.com with 25 titles from the gaming solutions developer. Included in the list are slots, roulette, blackjack, poker, bingo and a range of scratchcards for users to enjoy.

“With the launch of iGoSlots.com, Koolbit is one of the first virtual currency game companies to make the leap into real-money gaming and is doing so with a unique mobile-first site with more content than any other mobile casino in the world,” explained Cunningham.

“Koolbit was started in 2011 to build the largest mobile casino network and, with its ability to rapidly build and deploy mobile casinos, has built a significant network of apps including the flagship City Slots,” added the Chief Executive Officer of the firm.

“Having led Betfair’s entry into the American market where rules are tight and having led a virtual currency game company as well, it is exciting to now be moving back into real-money gaming,” he explained. “I believe this will be a great partnership with Cozy Games. We are also looking for additional partners to maintain a leadership position as we scale and grow the business.”

“We were really impressed with the drive and enthusiasm shown by Koolbit,” announced Chief Operating Officer for Cozy Games, Tim Green, adding “it is ahead of the pack on building out virtual currency and real-money casino networks and we are proud to be a partner.”

The company announced that UK mobile casino players can utilise all major mobile devices to access the iGoSlots.com service, including iPhones and iPads, as well as Android phones and tablet computers.