NEW INTERNET GAMBLING SOFTWARE DEBUTS
25th October, 2011 at 02:45:33
A well-known brand is resurrected with new software from Nuworks
Online player information forums were welcoming a new and apparently US-friendly internet gambling software Thursday after a month-long "mystery casino" tease campaign to build interest.
The mystery casino turned out to be the resurrection of Alex Czajkowski's failed, under-capitalised but at one time immensely popular Buzzluck, which has been taken over by the reputable UK-based Club World Casinos, sans the innovative player interactive promos and vibe that so characterised the venue before it closed last year.
The first players signing up were reporying one or two teething issues, most notably that some Customer Support chat sessions were being redirected to a competitor of Buzzluck casino
that was supported by the same casino software provider, RTG.
Importantly, the launch constituted the debut of a new online gambling software branded Nuworks, about which little is known other than an apparent connection with industry software veteran RTG and/or an experienced personality formerly associated with that company.
What we do know is that the software offers more than 30 brand new slots plus 4 new Video Poker games; and that a second licensee will be Lucky Club Casino, which recently changed hands from Jackpot Capital to an unknown new operator (see previous reports).
Thursday's launch was unfortunately marred by a technical glitch which saw some players ending up on a rogue casino live-chat that has nothing to do with the new Buzzluck, a situation that was quickly redressed but not before it had unsettled a number of players. A serious but not fatal screw-up.
CWC's Martyn Beacon said this week: "Buzzluck will launch on completely new slots based software called NuWorks and will offer 30 brand new slot games, 4 table games, 3 variations of multi hand video poker and progressives with bumper prizes to be won. The new signup offer will be 100% to $868
"We've stripped this casino back from its original offering, removing the 3D aspect and the interactivity with Elvis and âEURËœTom Cruise' - we felt this detracted from the player actually finding a game to play. However, this does not detract from the quality of the casino we have developed."
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