In DoubleDown Casino you can play multiplayer casino games like blackjack, slot machines and roulette. Sit at the tables with others to win big in blackjack and roulette. Or play fun slots games to go for the progressive jackpots. As you play, collect badges, level-up and become a high roller at the DoubleDown Casino.
When people hear the term “D&D”, they typically think of Dungeons & Dragons. But what about Double Down? As in DoubleDown Casino? Starting this week, the term could just as easily be applied to both. That’s because the latest licensed brand to join the world of DoubleDown slots is none other than nerdom’s quintessential role-playing franchise. Read more »
Full-on social online gambling might not becoming a part of our everyday lives especially soon, but that hasn’t stopped casino games from becoming the most popular social gaming genre. DoubleDown, eager to push its casino presence while it’s hot, has announced the addition of Texas Hold ‘Em poker to its array of DoubleDown Casino games. It seems only fitting that Facebook’s largest virtual casino adds the most popular variant of poker. Read more »
It’s official. According to AllThingsD, Zynga has confirmed that it is currently investigating getting into Internet gambling, assuming it is made legal (which it will be). Read more »
It should come as no surprise that Zynga is seeking partners in Internet gambling. Zynga Poker is still the top poker game on Facebook, Zynga has announced plans to create a Zynga Casino suite of games, and there has been a lot of merger and acquisition (M&A) activity around social game companies that focus on casinos recently.
What is surprising is that they are tipping their hand around this strategy, just a month after going IPO. Internet gambling still is illegal in the US and Zynga just went public with the intention of becoming the number company to play games, not to gamble. So, why the admission, when it would have been just as easy to play it coy?
IGT, a leading gaming (and by gaming, I really mean, gambling) company, has placed a huge bet that social games is the next frontier to the gaming business by acquiring Double Down Interactive for $500 million. Read more »
Double Down Interactive is the developer of hugely successful DoubleDown Casino, which attracts 14 million daily active users (DAUs) and 4.7 million monthly active users (MAUs) month playing in their virtual slot machines for virtual money.
Internet gambling (and perhaps gaming companies) got a huge present from Santa over the Christmas weekend, in the form of a Justice Department ruling that may open the door to legalizing Internet gambling. Read more »
The Justice Department issued a legal opinion that the Wire Act of 1961, prohibiting wagering on telecommunication systems that cross state and national borders, does not apply to states selling lottery tickets to its citizens to adults within its own borders.
Internet gambling is not yet legal, but the door is open. If you don’t think this has an impact on the world on online and social gaming, then you’re betting on the wrong horse.
There's a new face in town in DoubleDown Casino, and it could be yours. The developer's behind the game have launched a brand new slot machine game called Photo Booth Friends that replaces the images on the slot real with the profile pictures of your friends. Read more »
They say gambling can be traced back to ancient times, and modern dabblers in the games of chance now have a wide variety of options when trying their luck in the digital space. DoubleDown Interactive has placed its bet with DoubleDown Casino, but can this latest gambling sim hit a jackpot with Facebook users? Read more »