The deal will also see Center Space overseeing Dragonplay’s Random Number Generator, a step few mobile game developers have done. However, with more and more companies crowding into the social and mobile casino markets, partnering with groups who can ensure a user privacy and security (not to mention guarantee the fairness of the company’s games) will likely make titles a more appealing choice for new users.
We last heard from Dragonplay back in April, when the company had secured $14 million in funding after its Live Holdem Pro took the top-grossing spot on Android (now, AppData shows the game at the No. 97). At the time, founder Sharon Tal told us the money would be largely put towards acquisitions of smaller studios to help expand the developer’s lineup of casino games.