Is gaming getting as close to hand as the button
on a PC? That’s the inevitable question in need of an answer following
the latest move by RAL Holdings, operator of the UK’s largest chain of
inland gaming centres, to launch its Cyberslotz website.
Nick Harding, RAL’s Group Managing Director, said: “Bar X is arguably the most successful and popular machine of its type in the history of British gaming. Our exclusive agreement represents another key building block for the Cyberslotz gaming experience.”
Electrocoin’s John Stergides was equally bullish about the agreement: “During a long and distinguished history, Bar X has achieved a number of accolades. Without doubt the most significant is the association with Cyberslotz’s i-gaming platform which represents the future of our industry.”
Cyberslotz Managing Director Brian Morgan believes that, when the law allows, the new web service will dovetail neatly with RAL’s 130 Quicksilver Gaming Centres; a classic clicks-and-bricks relationship. “Quicksilver can drive business from off-line towards on-line and Cyberslotz can do the same in the opposite direction,” he said. “We will be liaising closely with all of the regulatory authorities to ensure that we do not pre-empt the anticipated changes in UK gambling laws.”
Cyberslotz is understood to be in the midst of similar
discussions with a number of international gaming manufacturers, although
no further confirmation was available from the company.
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