Connective Games revamps mobile poker with exciting HTML5 offering
We are proud to announce that its HTML5 Mobile Poker product is now released and will be available to demonstrate at this year’s ICE Totally Gaming. Delegates to the World’s largest online gaming exhibition are invited to attend the Connective Games Stand N1 – 344 and find out what the company has in store for 2017.
These latest strides to provide exceptional HTML5 games have proven extremely popular with operators on the Connective Games platform. Particularly as the games emphasise its innovative high speed, multi tabling functionality and also multi-entry tournaments allows the players fully enjoy the games with improved graphics. It was built on WebGL technology to provide us with foundation upon which we can add into game features and keep providing the best experience to all the players.
The company’s software powers Aconcagua Poker, which won the eGR Operator Award for best Mobile Poker Product at last year’s eGR Awards. The impressive technology is sleek and intuitive, providing an exceptional user experience for players.
Mobile HTML5 game client brings advantages for the operators delivering gaming content avoiding download procedures from application stores to players’ mobile devices.. Mobile HTML5 game client brings advantages for the operators delivering gaming content avoiding download procedures from application stores to players’ mobile devices. So players enjoy the instant access to the gaming process easily reacting on the operators’ new offers.
Serge Mukhanov, CEO of Connective Games said, “This is the first year we’ve participated at ICE and we are absolutely delighted to showcase our games to the market. It is the perfect platform to meet existing and potential new partners, whilst showcasing our latest innovation. We have invested heavily in creating the most user friendly, technologically advanced HTML5 products because its what the market demands, and we want to remain at the forefront, which is why we are also in the process of revamping our desktop applications.”