Roulette Cricket launches on Android

Jonathan Morris
November 24, 2010

Roulette Cricket, the home of boundary betting, is releasing an app for Android users in time for the Ashes. 

Cricket fans can follow each and every match with the latest in 2nd screen gaming. While watching the cricket on TV, or live at the ground, players can predict where the next boundary will be scored, along with full ball-by-ball coverage.

The release of the Android app follows successful launches on the iPhone and the web in April 2010 for the ICC Twenty20 World Cup.

Roulette Cricket was a runner-up in the Vodafone Mobile Clicks 2010 competition for mobile internet start-ups, held earlier this year, where it received a prize of ‚¬50,000. Dave Tharp, Managing Director at RouletteCricket said: “Since successfully representing the UK in the final of the pan-European Vodafone Mobile Clicks competition, Vodafone has continued to support us to grow our business, and this latest development reflects their commitment to driving innovation for their customers. We are delighted to have their support in bringing the very latest cricket app to their community”.

The app can be downloaded now from Android Market and the Vodafone Shop.

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