December 18, 2008 (InfoPowa News) — Jadestone's social gaming network DiceArena added another major company to its member list this week with the launch of Eurobet on the system. Founded in 1996, Eurobet was the first company to accept sports bets via its website, and three years later joined forces with Coral — one of the most familiar and respected names on the British sporting scene with more than 75 years of bookmaking experience — to form Coral Eurobet.
DiceArena offers a new multiplayer suite of dice games in an innovative social game play experience that is entirely Web based and requires no software download.
The Eurobet launch formats are the all-new Dice Hold’em, offering players an alternative to poker, and Shoot the Moons — an easy-to-learn game where players aim for the highest score with three rolls of the dice. Further formats will launch in 2009 including DiceArena's twist on Backgammon and Liar's Dice, which will let players hone their bluffing skills.
Matt Steer, Operations Manager for Eurobet, said: "We are excited to launch such a unique product and pleased to be at the forefront of this great innovation in the e-gaming world. Billions of people have played dice and these games are so easy to learn and great fun to play."
Eurobet provides online sports betting, casino, poker, and gaming products to Europe in more than 16 languages and serving 130 countries worldwide. The company joins several other major European online gambling companies in signing up to the DiceArena network.

Related posts: