Giant iTab will be exhibiting at Internet Gaming Live, Amsterdam, for the first time later this week, and with it will bring an entirely new platform for gaming apps and web based content which can be seen on stand no T30. The company, which now has global reach across Europe, US, Middle East and Asia- Pac, will be launching a Giant Smartphone gaming table, ideal for live gaming displays.

Giant iTab first grew its reputation in the live events arena, but is becoming a quick favourite for many leading gaming companies including SG Interactive, SB Tech, Microgaming, Inspired Gaming, Microgaming, Camelot, The Tote, William Hill and Racing Post, all of whom have used their Giant Smartphone solutions for live demonstrations and experiential displays. The Giant iTab itself is exactly as it sounds, a Giant interactive tablet or smartphone. The product contains the same technology and OS as a regular smartphone or tablet, allowing a totally immersive and intuitive experience on gaming Apps, not least with the new table.

“The Smart Table is a great way for mobile gaming Apps to be turned into a larger-than-life gaming experience, the Giant iTab makes everything 100 times bigger, and we flip it on its back to allow multi player use, it’s a great way to use our product,” comments Mark Jones, Founder & CEO, Giant iTab. “This is our first time at Internet Gaming Live and we wanted to bring a product that really talks to this audience, the gaming table really does this and we invite any attendees or exhibitors to come over and have play.”

Already this year, Giant iTab’s have been deployed within exhibitions, conferences and retail outlets to bring web based programmes and apps to a larger-than-life size and allow a more interactive and engaging experience for the user. The new gaming table is available for rent or purchase right now.

Adam is the co-founder and editor of Adam, a technology evangelist also organises Event Tech Live, Europe’s only show dedicated to event technology and the Event Technology Awards. Both events take place in November, London.