888 Launches Real Money MAGIC888 Casino App On Facebook

It’s hard to believe that it was only last August that the once unthinkable notion of social networks offering real money gambling became a reality. As the world’s largest social network with over 1 billion users, Facebook is the ultimate shopping playground where literally the sky is the limit when it comes to marketing to a global audience.

Ever since Facebook crossed the Rubicon and started offering real money gambling, many potential gaming companies are looking to cash in on the world’s largest network. 888 is a leading gambling company based out of the UK and they have already entered the real money gambling arena on Facebook with their BingoAppy launched in December 2012.

Currently the hottest trend in online gaming and gambling is that of merging social casino games into real money making apps. For this there is no better platform than Facebook. It offers an environment which is perceived to be trusted and established. It is for this reason that 888 have added another real money application to their Facebook portfolio called MAGIC888. This app allows players who are over 18 and in the UK the marquee 888 casino in the familiar and trusted environment of Facebook.

When playing MAGIC8888 casino players will get to enjoy 888’s full portfolio of slots and table games as well as the Live Casino. There are security checks in place to ensure that only players over the age of 18 and residents of the UK are allowed to play.

COO of 888, Itai Frieberger commented on the new launch,” This launch marks a significant extension in our real money social offering. The successful launch of BingoAppy has indicated the potential that social gaming offers,and we are delighted to expand our gaming portfolio with the launch of our MAGIC888casino. The app gives Facebook users in the UK the opportunity to enjoy 888’s award winning casino while introducing new features which leverage the social experience Facebook offers.”

It is fascinating to see how online gambling has reached the  mainstream social networks .This trend is only growing and the line between social gaming and real money gaming is getting harder and harder to see.

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