Expected Departure Follows Successful Launch of Mayan Moola Slot
So, just days after their UK first HD slot went public, Probability have announced the loss of their COO Matthew Sunderland. The mobile casino games developer hasn’t replaced Sunderland with a single employee, instead turning to a number of other executive staff to plug the gap.
What does this mean for the future of mobile slots in the UK, though? With Sunderland heading overseas to pursue new opportunities, perhaps the feted 15% point of consumption tax on gambling in the UK has had an effect on the company’s future strategy. With Sunderland’s main role having been commercial strategy, Probability must be hoping no adverse affects are felt.
Group CEO Charles Cohen remarked: “We are grateful to Matt for his exceptional contribution to Probability over the past four years in making LadyLuck’s the number one mobile Casino in the UK.”
While mobile sports betting may be grab the headlines in the UK at the moment, mobile casinos aren’t far behind as the gambling populace embrace mobile technology. As the sector grows, Probability will be hoping to take advantage of their position in the market and bring more successful games to the market.
Probability have recently bought out Mayan Moola, a 100 payline HD slot with a maximum 1 spin payout of GBP 20,000. This follows on from the recent success shown by LadyLuck casino in the UK.