September 2013

Celebrity Cruises Unveils Mobile Gaming App

LAS VEGAS

Celebrity Cruises and Cantor Gaming have partnered to create the industry's first cruise gaming app.

Guests can download the Cantor Mobile Casino and create a "virtual wallet" to enjoy a suite of games onboard the ship while sailing in international waters. The new technology will be installed on Celebrity's five Solstice Class ships and four popular, recently "Solsticized" Millennium Class ships, in the coming months.

The app will be free to download, and operate on Celebrity's ship Wi-Fi networks. Mobile games will include slots, table games and video poker.

For more information, visit www.celebritycruises.com and www.cantorgaming.com.
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