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Prima Networks set to launch first ever Italian mobile gaming operation

TAGs: Neogaming, Neomobile, Prima Networks

prima_networksWatch out, there’s a new Italian mobile gaming operator about, and it goes by the name of Neomobile.

Announced today by games provider Prima Networks, NeoMobile Group is set to launch the first ever Italian mobile gaming operation through its Neomobile Gaming division.

What does this mean for the olive skinned, pizzeria loving nation? Well, Neomobile Gaming will offer phone customers a range of AAMS-certified casino games, chosen from over 150 of Microgaming‘s titles. So there’ll be a nice selection of games to choose from. NeoMobile stated in a press release that through the game integration of QuickFire, powered by Microgaming, the move will also offer Neomobile Gaming a speedy mobile gaming platform. Wowzers.

Big cheese of Neomobile Gaming, Managing Director Francesco Postiglione, said: “Since signing the agreement with Prima Networks Ltd in January this year to provide us with AAMS-compliant casino software and a suite of mobile games, we have been working hard to ensure our offering is the most complete and competitive in the Italian market.

“QuickFire’s uncomplicated integration combined with premium content from Microgaming made the decision to partner with Prima Networks very easy and we look forward to a long and successful working relationship.”

Due to Prima Network and NeoMobile’s absolutely mind-blowing new creation, Italian gamers will be also able to benefit from what Prima Networks call “the richest mobile gaming experience in the industry”. Sounds like a dream, but they would say that, wouldn’t they.

However, will this new amazing mobile venture actually make Neomobile a more popular choice to the mobile gambling Italian-o’s?

Quickfire, who love to tell us how they “provide rapid integration and access to Microgaming games”, seem to think it will. Their spokesman Ashley Sandyford-Sykes proclaimed: “We’re confident our steady stream of market leading gaming content will prove very popular with Italian gamers.”

Let’s hope your right, Ashley.

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