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Rapid Mobile Announces Licensing of their ThinkPhone and Active Provisioning Platform by Gamesys

On July 16th, 2008, Rapid Mobile Media Limited, provider of top class mobile application and service delivery software platforms, publicly announced that the Gamesys Group has licensed their ThinkPhone and Active Provisioning gaming platforms to extend their online gaming products to their customers' mobile phones.

Utilizing Rapid Mobile's software, Gamesys is able to launch a wide array of high quality gambling applications to all types of mobile phones, secure in the knowledge that the Active Provisioning gaming platform will offer the best experience to players. Rapid Mobile's ThinkPhone gaming software and method permits a lone version of an application to be modified, while the Active Provisioning platform gives it over the line to any type of handset.

Steve Clark, the Gamesys Director responsible for the project said that the Rapid Mobile provisioning platform is allowing Gamesys to continue giving top class games and a memorable experience to their mobile gaming customers. He added that they are also able to focus their energy on making good gaming together with the industry's well-known names while Rapid Mobile's gaming technology provides on time delivery and good security that will help them expand in the market.

Gamesys owns the Jackpotjoy brand-a British Internet instant win and bingo site that has more than 2 million members and pays out eighty million pounds every month. Noel Hayden, the Chief Executive Officer of Gamesys, said that with the recent development in mobile technology and cheaper data charges, this year is shaping to be a good year for mobile gaming related activities.

The Chief Executive Officer of Rapid Mobile Media, Jeremy Copp commented that the good graphics of the games from Jackpotjoy are a good offering for mobile players. He added that with Jackpotjoy's good reputation and substantial user base and with the mobile delivery capability possess by Rapid Mobile, they expect their partnership with Gamesys to show how good profits can be earned from mobile gambling.


August 03, 2008
Matt Gross