Texas-based gaming company Snakehead Software has struck a deal which will see their games offered on the Small-Bet online platform.
Small-Bet is an online real-money wagering platform which is used with mobile casinos and arcade games, allowing players to compete with friends.
Gamers are able to use the platform to challenge fellow players in order to win real-money. Players then have their winnings transferred to them instantly via PayPal at the end of the game.
Snakehead, a Corona Enterprise game developer, will offer titles such as Air Assault and Texas Tea via Small-Bet as part of the new deal.
Popular New Element
The platform has already gained approval in a number of US states making it legal to access for the majority of US players, despite the current controversy surrounding online American gambling laws.
Gerald Bailey, president of Snakehead Software, said:
“Players are ready for a new element that will skyrocket interest in their games.’’
“Nothing can quite compare to demonstrating your mastery in skill-based games like Air Assault and Texas Tea and then measuring it against that of a friend.”
“Challenging friends to a cash wager is such a simple idea and, yet, it adds a whole new dimension to interactive, online gaming.”
Newly introduced social aspects in gambling and betting games, have seen games including social features gain significant followings and popularity in recent years.