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Intralot Launches Universal Mobile

Intralot Interactive last month introduced a new mobile technology for gaming. Called Universal Mobile, it is part of the company’s flagship Universal Gaming Experience, “addressing a new era that emerges with the power of mobile technology in gaming,” according to the company.

Universal Mobile features an innovative multi-platform approach, based on the latest HTML5 technology, adapted to seamlessly scale from the mobile phones and tablets up to the latest Intralot Gablet stations. It embraces modern user experience design, introducing new concepts of interactivity with the player that combine text, data, game logic, graphic animation and streaming video, while elevating the responsive architecture to its true purpose of designing user-centric games.

Universal Mobile seamlessly connects to the company’s Real Money Gaming Platform, as well as the new Social Gaming Platform that secures unique Wallet, Player and Social graph features, and act as a focal point for an optimized and personalized player journey across all gaming verticals and player touch points.

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