• Estonian Chanz Casino Has Initial Launch

    25 November 2015

    Chanz casino

    One aspect of online casino play that's always been inferior to the land-based product is the social factor. A lot of people go out to play in land-based casinos to meet people and have a good time socially, and that's something that can't really be matched in most online casinos. However, a new site called Chanz Casino in Estonia is looking to buck that trend by taking advantage of how connected everyone is through social networking platforms like Twitter and Facebook.

    The Social Connection

    There are two main ways that Chanz Casino will allow people to incorporate their existing social media accounts. Players can register with their Facebook or Twitter accounts, much like many other non-gambling sites allow you to do these days, and they also off the ability to share with people on those sites when you post up big wins, etc. They'll be using the Microgaming software as well, so it's not like this is going to be operated by some companies no one has ever heard of.

    The Situation in Estonia

    Estonia has one of the best models for regulating online gambling in the world. All types of gambling are allowed, and they have a very straight-forward licensing process that makes it easy for established companies to get a fair deal, and this helps to keep their games and casinos on a high level. Chanz Casino is looking to join that level, and since they'll be operated by Nya Casino Limited, it's unlikely that players will be disappointed. This is a good example of how a strong regulatory environment that offers the right incentives for operators will always bring in high-quality businesses.

    Prospects for Chanz Casino

    Chanz Casino is expected to offer players a complete selection of slots and table games through the Microgaming software. It's unclear if they'll be using the Quickfire or Viper platforms for their launch, but both offer very high-quality experiences, and players won't be disappointed with either. Overall, Chanz Casino seems to have good prospects for the future, and it'll be great to see them develop a reputation and history of their own that will help players to have more confidence in them as a brand on their own.

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