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Betting time: Casino games soon to hit mobile contents

Coruscant Tec, a leading mobile data content and applications company, has tied up with the UK-based ADLM Ltd - the holding company for leading online casinos including,, and to develop and distribute casino-based mobile games worldwide including India. With the tie-up, Indian and international cellular operators will be able to enjoy the 'BlackJack World Championship' from mid-October this year.

Ajay Adiseshann, Managing Director, Coruscant Tec, said, "Coruscant Tec has proven competence in developing mobile games, rich experience in the Mobile and Wireless domain and in-depth market know-how. We are delighted to offer to the avid gamer something unique and addictive. Our tie-up reflects the upsurge in mobile game usage and the growth it offers. Coruscant Tec is a truly global company with a worldwide client base and strong alliances with world leaders in the technology field".

The Mumbai-based mobile data content and applications firm has offices in Palo Alto and Chennai providing mobile solutions, which include mobile business applications, mobile marketing solutions, mobile entertainment and mobile commerce. Coruscant Tec offers one of the largest portfolios of SMS, WAP, and JAVA content to the Indian market. All mobile phone models supporting Java platform, would be able to run the BlackJack game.


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