MGM Resorts is an American gaming company whose revenue reached $9.8 billion in 2013. It has 15 gambling facilities in the United States. However, it is always willing to expand its activities and offer new opportunities to gamblers. For example, its owners have decided to please its customers with mobile slots tournaments. They will be available at nine of MGM Resorts casinos in Las Vegas via WiFi.
The company cooperated with oneLIVE Inc in creating the platform called easyPLAY Mobile Tournaments. The resource allows gamblers to participate in competitions and play casino games against other fans of gambling with the opportunity to win real money prizes.
It is possible to use this platform at Aria, Bellagio, MGM Grand, Mandalay Bay, Mirage, Monte Carlo, Luxor, New York-New York and Excalibur. Customers of MGM Resorts may enjoy games and tournaments on this platform using mobile devices, including smartphones and tablets running on either Android or iOS. It is possible to gamble in those places where WiFi is available.
Users may get access to competitions for different table games. There are the following available games: diverse slot machines, various variations of bingo and video poker. In addition, gamblers may enjoy quite unusual gambling opportunities, including social, casual and console models. Users can play games released by such companies as Spin Games and Touchstone Games. To be sure, MGM Resorts wants to expand its gambling activities. So, in the near future it will provide its clients with more novelties, including both new models of games and competitions.
One of the events that are offered by MGM Resorts is All Summer Long Winner Takes All Progressive Slot Tournament. Its entry fee reaches $5. However, investing only 5 dollars, you can win up to ten thousand dollars. To participate in the tournaments of MGM Resorts, it is necessary to be at least 21 years old.
Tom Mikulich, a representative of MGM Resorts, reported that the available mobile contests were very convenient for gamblers.
MGM Resorts offers digital contests at legal casinos in the United States. The company has just tested its products in gambling houses of Nevada.