Interactive technology provider Hop-On has made good on its promise last year to launch interactive gambling software, demonstrating a Live, Interactive Gaming in Real Time product during the 2009 International CES in Las Vegas this weekend.
Exhibiting under the "WebCasinos.com" banner, Hop-On, the company hinted at hassles with the Android platform when president and CEO Peter Michaels, said: "We will be showcasing our Interactive Gaming software. The focus will be on the software, as we could not get the Flash to work at its best on the Android platform yet, and Java does not provide the quality that I am looking for.
"Our product is top notch, and gamers want the most life-like, realistic experience and I am not willing to give them anything less. Our software will run on Flash, we just need a bit more time to perfect the codes and sharpen the images.
"At this particular (CES) event, the software is what people are interested in anyways and it would do a real injustice to our product to display our software through the Android platform without it working at its best.
"Once we complete the Android OS, we will be going after the Apple OS and Windows OS for cell phones. The Live Interaction, the Real-Time gaming and the ability to chat with other bettors on-line while getting your cards from a live dealer will be what our software is all about!"
Hop-On will soon be licensing its Mobile Gaming Software in Europe, where gaming is legal, secure and regulated. New 3G wireless technologies and phones will play a big role in the growth of mobile gaming by making it more convenient and secure, the company predicts.