Realistic Games launches mobile keno game

realisticiGaming Business – Gaming content supplier Realistic Games has launched a phone and tablet version of the keno lottery-style game.

Available to the firm’s stable of operators, the game allows players to bet on numbers selected randomly in an 80-ball draw.

Realistic’s version of the game can be tailored to include a turbo mode to speed up play, an auto play function and a random selection option.

The phone version of the game also features a magnifier mode to assist with number selection.

Realistic also confirmed that a desktop version of keno would soon be available.

Andy Harris, commercial director, of Realistic Games, said: “There are very few mobile Keno games available on the market.

“But we weren’t convinced that the ones that exist were presented as effectively as they could be, so we invested some time creating our own.

“We wanted to make the game as usable as possible. We’re confident it will be popular with players in a wide number of markets who enjoy the format and want to play on the move.”


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