Social Game Developer Ruby Seven Studios Announces Partnership With Montana's Grand Vision Gaming

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Ruby Seven Brings Popular Brick-and-mortar Titles to the Social Casino

With this partnership, Ruby Seven and Grand Vision are able to effectively combine our design capabilities to create an extraordinary social slot game we couldn't have crafted without each other.

San Francisco social and mobile game developer Ruby Seven Studios announced today a new partnership with casino gaming device manufacturer Grand Vision Gaming. Grand Vision has decades of history designing and manufacturing top land-based casino games which Ruby Seven will now bring to Facebook and mobile.

The first game published under the partnership is the classic slots title “Fire and Ice”. The unique design includes multiple expanding wilds, exciting bonus games, and proven engaging casino gameplay. The F2P version, “Evolution”, will expand on the core casino game, creating a brand-new slots adventure in which players explore the universe.

With the lines between social and land-based casinos continuously blurring, the two new partners are excited to utilize one another’s core competencies to produce a new class of games. Ruby Seven Studios CEO, Michael Carpenter, comments:

“The Grand Vision team has successfully proved out their slot game designs in casinos across the United States. We’re excited to take our social and live game operations expertise and bring incredible games like Fire and Ice Slots to millions of players on Facebook and mobile devices.”

Grand Vision is equally excited about their new social operations partners, with GVG Co-Owner Tim Carson, stating:

“With this partnership, Ruby Seven and Grand Vision are able to effectively combine our design capabilities to create an extraordinary social slot game we couldn't have crafted without each other. We’re excited to be able to leverage Ruby Seven’s social casino expertise with our proven slot game design experiences.

Collaboration with GVG is part of Ruby Seven’s strategic initiative to bridge the space between land-based, online, and social casinos. The ambitious young studio is confident that partnership with Grand Vision will be an integral part of bringing this vision to life.

The partnership’s social version of Fire and Ice will debut on iOS, Android, and Facebook in the coming weeks.

To learn more about Ruby Seven Studios, their current titles, and up-and-coming titles like Fire and Ice, visit

To learn more about Grand Vision Gaming and their high-quality slot games, visit

About Ruby Seven Studios
Ruby Seven Studios is a social and mobile casino games studios based in San Francisco, California and Kochi, India. The company was co-founded in 2012 by Michael Carpenter, former PopCap Games executive as VP of Social Product Operations, and Jugul Thachery, founder of leading Indian casual games developer, ChaYoWo Games. Ruby Seven Studios’ quest is the development of innovative plays in the social casino game genre. With nearly 100 employees worldwide, Ruby Seven Studios released over 25 titles for Facebook and mobile platforms since founding. Top titles include TimeQuest Slots, Slots of Plunder, Poker Best in 60, Big Spin Bingo and Cats vs Dogs Slots. The company boasts a wealth of industry experience through industry veteran board members and investors.

About Grand Vision Gaming
Grand Vision Gaming (GVG) LLC is a designer and manufacturer of Class III Video Gaming Machines. Established in 2008, GVG boasts a development team responsible for creating revolutionary gaming products that employ state of the art technology, highly interactive and imaginary game themes and proprietary cabinetry. As a result, GVG’s maiden devices, UltraVision and PowerVision, have captured the attention of the entire industry. The four principals of GVG have combined industry experience of nearly 100 years, with extensive experience in the manufacture and operation of gaming devices throughout the Montana market, as well as the licensed jurisdictions of Nevada, South Dakota, Louisiana and Native American properties.

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