Saturday June 15,2013 : BLACKJACK CASINO THE TOP DOG ON FACEBOOK
 
BeeCave Games product the top blackjack game on Facebook
 
Bee Cave Games announced this week that its Blackjack Casino product has grown quickly to become the top pure-play Blackjack game on Facebook, and that it is now in development for tablet and mobile devices, with an iPad version due for release in July, and iPhone and Android versions later in the northern hemisphere summer.
 
The mobile and tablet versions will offer Facebook login for a connected experience to play the same chip balance and level across devices with the same fast-paced gameplay and intuitive interface of the web based game, a spokesman said.
 
Blackjack Casino is one of the top five fastest growing (trending) casino games on Facebook, according to the Facebook App Center.
 
The game's Monthly Active User (MAU) count has increased by 5x in May vs. April, while maintaining a review rating of 4.1 Stars or better.
 
Previously only available in English, Blackjack Casino is adding support for 14 additional languages in June and July. The languages being added include: Spanish, German, French, Italian, Turkish, Portuguese, Mandarin (traditional), Mandarin (simplified), Japanese, Korean, Danish, Swedish, Russian, and Arabic.
 
"It has been gratifying to see the growth and monetization rates at this level in the four months since launch," said Bee Cave Games CEO, Erik Bethke. "Our number one priority is our players, and due to their request for Blackjack Casino on more devices, and in more languages, we are moving quickly."
 
The company has engaged Gaming Laboratories International (GLI), to certify the random number generator and game code of Blackjack Casino against casino-grade standards, bringing a level of authentic real-money gaming operations to the social and mobile free-to-play casino genre.
 
Bee Cave Games was founded in 2012 by game industry veterans, and is based in Austin, Texas.
 
The company has attracted technology and creative talent from companies like Zynga, Electronic Arts, Blizzard Entertainment and Multimedia Games.