Hop-on to Stream Texas Hold'em Via Google Android OS at CES 2009
(Wireless News Via Acquire Media NewsEdge)
Hop-on, a company that develops and markets wireless phones, announced
that it will be demonstrating live, Interactive Texas Hold'em in
real-time from its Android OS phone at the CES 2009 in Las Vegas.
Players will be able to interact with live dealers with actual cards.
Players from home can participate with the crowds at the CES show, the
Peter Michaels, President and CEO of Hop-on, said, "Players can play
with real dealers, other players in real-time utilizing streaming
technology and Google's Android OS tied into our software for the
ultimate gaming experience. Cards will be shuffled in front of players
with Vegas style machines. This technology allows Hop-on to take
advantage of the growing mobile gaming industry by giving the players
more visual entertainment while adding value to their products and
being at the forefront of the gaming race. Texas Hold'em is extremely
popular because of televised tournaments. Now we bring on our game!"
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