Mobile gambling newcomer LMGi Limited has signed a ‘white-label' licensing deal with Cometa Wireless Limited to bring five new arcade and casino-style slot titles to its mobile gambling site at mSlots.com.


Cometa holds a UK remote gambling license, operating mSlots.com on behalf of Sheffield-based LMGi, and stated that the site would also feature ‘one or two' traditional mobile casino and bingo games.


"Working with Cometa was really easy," said Paul Stewart, Chief Executive for LMGi.


"It provided LMGi with everything we needed to enter the rapidly growing mobile gambling arena including some exciting routes to market. Cometa’s new ‘white-label' first seen on mSlots.com is the most attractive and comprehensive that we found."


The domain is also set to feature Casino Viper, which is a five-reel 20-payline version of the Viper Active slot, alongside traditional UK-style fruit machine games such as 777 Heaven.


LMGi stated that mSlots.com is also set to receive Cometa's new Scratch Card game, which has the ability to download new graphics on the fly allowing it to release new themes on a weekly basis without the need for players to download another application.


"This is a great deal for Cometa as mSlots.com is a fantastic way to introduce five new games and our new ‘white-label' website," said Rob Anderson, Chief Executive Officer for Cometa.


"The mobile gambling market is growing month-on-month and Cometa saw over £2.5 million in wagered bets in the second quarter of 2009. With projects like mSlots.com, it is on course for close to ten million pounds in the first quarter of 2010.


"We are also very excited about our new Scratch Card game, which will mean that our clients can easily create and upload new topical themes that will keep the games fresh and increase a game's lifetime spend."


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