The first operator to launch a local mobile casino app on the Windows Phone Store is Digimedia’s JackpotCity, who is working in conjunction with online gaming software supplier Microgaming. The app is user friendly with any device running on Windows Phone 8.0 or Windows Phone 8.1. More than 35 Microgaming offerings are available which include slots, progressives, table games and video poker.
Microgaming says they headed this venture because people want an increase in Windows Phone market offerings. They plan to update regularly to ensure performance. This new app will be available in 2015 at Jackpot City Casino. Jackpot City Casino spokespeople said this offers a top notch experience for gamers. They say this app and others like it will help with customer retention and customer loyalty.