Second Online Casino Deal For Nuworks

SECOND ONLINE CASINO DEAL FOR NUWORKS

26th October, 2011 at 03:43:59
Source: http://www.azonlinecasinos.com

Lucky Club Casino re-launches using new online gambling software

Hot on the heels of Buzzluck Casino, Lucky Club Casino, a member of the Jackpot Capital group, has switched from RTG platform to the recently launched Nuworks gambling software, which is believed to be closely associated with RTG (see previous reports).

The new platform presents Lucky Club players with a choice of completely fresh games, carried on a re-designed, metro-styled website that will appeal to the iPhone / Windows8 generation.

We wanted something new and better for our players, said Lucky Club Casino Manager Alex Hunter. We are sure they're going to love the new metro-style look and they're definitely going to be blown away by the new games we've got on offer. These are brand new games that they won't have seen anywhere else.

The new gaming suite includes 30 video slot machines, including Monster Millions which features a large progressive jackpot. There are also three video poker games (Deuces Wild, Jacks or Better, Joker Poker) and four table games (Baccarat, Blackjack, Let ґem Ride, Tri Card Poker). New online slots African Skies, Greek Goddess and The Duck Ages feature the 5-level, interactive progressive jackpot game Jackpot Pyramid.

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