The Future of Mobile Gaming

Last month, a convention of all the top names in gaming was held in Los Angeles, California. The E3 Convention, as it is known, was highly attended by different interested parties within the gaming industry. Not only did it include some of the more recognizable names in gaming, but it also included the smaller companies – as well as ones just beginning. Following the event, one fact was evident: mobile gaming is the next important chapter in the development of gaming.

As mobile phones are being designed to do more and more tasks, it only stands to reason that they would become ways in which to access gaming. The designs with new features make playing games on the devices much simpler. By the end of this year, it is believed that 75% of mobile phone users will be gamers.

For a long time now, gaming consoles have been one of the top manners in which to enjoy gaming. However, this may be no longer the case. In order to keep up with changing consumer wants, Sony has recently announced a partnership with the mobile phone designer, HTC. The Playstation has been a popular gaming console for many to enjoy games at home. However, Sony wants their products to be easily accessed as a feature on mobile devices. Hence the partnership with HTC was born.

Plans are in the works to provide HTC phones with a program to access Playstation games for mobile devices. HTC users will also be provided with exclusive access to games made specifically for the Playstation.
Many current mobile devices offer gaming to their users, including gambling at online casinos. Many UK Casino online sites are now establishing mobile casinos for their customers as they follow this important trend in gaming. Try Lucky Nugget to find some of the best casino sites that provide mobile gaming options so you can play to your hearts content.

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