Betfred launches its first Social Casino Game

  • 23rd March 2017 | London, UK
  • Betfred announced the worldwide launch of ‘Betfred Social’ a free-to-play social casino app for online, mobile phones and tablets featuring Slots, Blackjack and Bingo games. The launch was completed in partnership with social casino developer Caleta Gaming.

    Betfred SocialBetfred Social offers engaging and fun content which allows players to collect hourly and daily bonus coins to play with. Players can also make in-app purchases for more coins as well as send their friends free coins to further their progress in the games. The app is available on Google Play, Apple’s App Store and Facebook.

    Andrew Horne, Betfred Head of Content, commented: “We are very excited to offer this social casino to a wide audience and want all players to have fun and enjoy playing Betfred Social.” says

    The free app features the exclusive and very popular Betfred Bonus King Blackjack game which has 2 exciting bonus games, Magical Clover along with other slots, bingos and more titles coming soon including Jungle Beauty and Day at the Races. All games are free-to-play and you can play either as a Guest or connected to Facebook. Features include multi lingual options, Jackpot pay outs, bonus games, sending gifts and brand new content.

    David Marcus, Caleta Gaming CEO, added: “We’re really excited to bring these new games to the Betfred audience. It’s an incredible opportunity for players to engage with Betfred and play new content which have unique qualities.”

    About Betfred
    Betfred is the World’s biggest owner-operator bookmaker with a retail estate of over 1370 shops. The company acquired the Tote in July 2011 for £265m and has been awarded an exclusive seven year licence to operate pools betting on UK racecourses. Betfred last year sponsored over 600 races and is racing’s biggest supporter. The company is owned and operated by Fred Done who started with just one shop in Salford in 1967. The combined Betfred Group now employs over 10,000 people.

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