Online casino players who prefer using a mobile device that runs on Windows Phone 8.0 or 8.1 operating system, will find the new Microgaming-developed Windows phone, real money casino app available at Jackpot City.
Initially released last November at the Windows Phone Store, the first-of-its-kind native Jackpot City Windows Phone mobile casino app contains an offering of more than 35 first-rate Microgaming casino games.
The selection comprises the best of Microgaming slot entertainment that comes in classic 3-reel and 5-reel video slot variations, and featuring slots with bonus games such as “Cashapillar,” “The Tomb Raider,”” Agent Jane Blonde,” and “Loaded.”
The app also includes the widely played millionaire-maker slots with progressive jackpots “Thunderstruck,” “Megah Moolah,” and “Major Millions.” Microgaming’s “European Roulette,” “European Blackjack Gold” and “Jacks or Better” video poker are some examples of other real money casino games, which users of Windows Phone supported devices can access at Jackpot City’s mobile casino. For more information, here is listing of casino apps for Windows phone, capable providers.
First time Jackpot City players will have to register as members and open a real money gaming account, with options of receiving a Welcome Bonus of free game credits based on the amount of initial and second deposit. Moreover, the native Windows Phone Casino App will enable app users to join Jackpot City’s promotional events, contests, and loyalty rewards program.
Microgaming built the app using code and interface components that are native to Windows Phone operating system, making the app easy to use and ready to receive updates for new Microgaming games, new Windows Phone features, and other future enhancements.
Microgaming’s Head of Casino John Quinn explained that since they are into monitoring closely the latest in mobile developments, they have gathered from recent statistics that the market share for Windows Phone market is currently on a significant rise in many European countries. He added that they viewed this as an opportunity that they could jump into since they believe that Microsoft’s mobile platform is important enough to invest in.
A spokesperson for Jackpot City describes the Microgaming-developed app as the perfect gaming stage for customers using mobile devices that run on Windows Phone OS. Aside from offering a wide range of premium Microgaming casino games, the app is very user-friendly and reliable that it makes playing with the high quality games a truly enjoyable experience.
About the Windows Phone
Windows Phone (WP) is a Microsoft-developed mobile operating system for smartphones. Although touted as successor to Windows Mobile, Windows Phone has a different user interface and design language built with the enterprise market in mind. Initially, Microsoft released Windows Phone 7 in October 2010, and then in 2012 rolled out the Windows Phone 8 version, considered as more competitive because of its ability to support high-end hardware. In April 2014, Microsoft released a newer version, the Windows Phone 8.1.
Microgaming is an undisputed pioneer in the iGaming industry, being one of the firsts gaming software developers for online casinos established as far back as 1994. Licensed and regulated by the Isle of Man, Microgaming’s products include software for offline and online casino games, poker, bingo, live dealer, mobile gaming, network gaming, and sports betting.
About Jackpot City
Jackpot City is one of the seven casinos owned by Stanworth Development Limited and operated by Malta-licensed Digimedia Limited. The online casino facility runs on the Microgaming platform and offers purely Microgaming-developed casino games for web-based and mobile gambling.