Revolver Takes The Pulse Of Mobile Gamin


Revolver, the digitally-enabled PR agency, is providing PR support to Pulse Interactive, the American mobile lottery and gaming specialist.

Founded in 2003, Pulse is a pioneer of the mobile lottery and gaming sectors. Headquartered in Austin, Texas, the company provides technology which allows partners to offer secure mobile gaming and lottery services, from casino games to state run lotteries to Indian reservations and cruise ships.

The mobile gaming sector has experienced high growth over the last several months, thanks in part to the widespread adoption of smartphone devices. Pulse Interactive is perfectly positioned to capitalise on this growth and continue the rapid evolution of the market, with a unique insight into the sector and key partnerships with companies around the world.

Paul Trowe, the founder and president of Pulse Interactive, says, "Gaming on mobile phones is finally fulfilling the potential analysts have been predicting for many years now. The advent of smartphones and the public's acceptance of the new App Stores and services, gives the whole sector enormous potential in the near future. Pulse is working with many of the world's leading companies to make sure that state run lotteries comes to mobile in a secure, responsible and fun manner. We're delighted to be working with Revolver to raise the profile of the company and its services.

Iain S Bruce, the managing director of Revolver, says, "Pulse is the first North American client to start working with our new interactive entertainment division. We're thrilled to be working with Paul in such a dynamic new area of mobile entertainment."

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