The company will begin offering the application on Apple’s iPad, iPod and iPhone devices later in the year, bringing high definition and 3D real-money versions of American and European Roulette, slots, hold ’em blackjack and more to the palm of one’s hand.
In a classy bid of marketing, Viaden is even offering up an exclusive online slot game that features the adorably treasonous…I mean, cute alleged Russian spy, Anna Chapman. Amazingly, this is not Chapman’s first brush with the online gambling community as the real life Natasha Fatale was featured in a poker app developed by Zeda in 2010.
Viaden’s British spokesperson, Heather Baker, claims that the Apple platform’s popularity made it the obvious choice for development.
“This will allow betting businesses to offer a premium product that has already proved its popularity with gamers. Industry partners are able to choose from the full casino or select individual games that integrate with their existing platforms,” she told the press.