Vegas Infinite Launches on Mobile via PokerStars

Vegas Infinite, presented by PokerStars, is now available on mobile devices, marking a significant milestone for the free-to-play social casino video game. Currently in Early Access for Google Android users, the game can be downloaded for free from the Google Play Store for players aged 18 and over.

Initially launched in 2018 as a virtual reality experience, Vegas Infinite expanded last year with a PC version that required no headset, introducing one of the most substantial updates in the game’s history. The mobile launch represents another step toward greater accessibility, allowing players to enjoy the game’s features and community from anywhere.

Mobile users can immerse themselves in Vegas Infinite’s stunning environments directly from their Android devices, engaging in authentic cash and tournament poker, blackjack, roulette, craps, slots, and more. The game offers a variety of customizable props and items to enhance the player experience.

Developed by Lucky VR and PokerStars’ Disruptive Innovation team, the mobile version of Vegas Infinite has been rebuilt with a custom user interface optimized for mobile. Players can navigate environments and games in over-the-shoulder and bird’s-eye views, interact with props, peek at cards, handle chips, and roll dice at the craps table, all while chatting with friends and fellow players in real-time.

A notable new feature is the introduction of a brand-new avatar system, exclusive to Vegas Infinite, which offers extensive customization options. Initially, players can choose from 30 custom-designed characters, with plans for further expansion and enhancement of the avatar system throughout the year.

Vegas Infinite is available for free download on Android via the Google Play Store. New players receive a 30,000 Chip Welcome Bonus and free Chips every eight hours, along with Creds for gameplay, which can be used to purchase interactive accessories and apparel in-game.

Mobile players can save their progress across Meta Quest, Steam VR, and PC using their Vegas Infinite account. The game also employs Tox Mod, an AI live chat monitoring tool, to support its moderation team. Additionally, players have access to various in-game safety tools, including options to take breaks, set spending limits, report other players, and customize their interaction levels with others.

“Vegas Infinite stands apart for the quality of our environments, the authenticity of our games, and the participation of our community, so we had already set ourselves a very high bar”, said James O’Reilly, PokerStars Director of VR and Innovation.

“Even today, after months in development, I’m astonished to see the game come to life for mobile. This is more than a simple mirroring of our PC version. We’ve rebuilt Vegas Infinite so that it’s easy and intuitive to play on an Android device, without losing any of the richness and variety of experience our players expect. It’s a huge achievement from the team and I can’t wait to share it.”

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