We just received word from Vegas and Fortune Affiliates, that effective immediately, they are not going to take any new signups from players residing in the United States. Players that currently have account(s) with these casinos and/or poker rooms will not be affected in any way, so if you are one of their customers, please do not worry. It’s business as usual.
Vegas Affiliates Properties:
Grand Hotel Casino Colosseum Casino Vegas Slot Casino Vegas 7 Casino Vegas Country Casino Vegas Joker Casino
Fortune Lounge Affiliates properties:
7Sultans Desert Dollar Casino Fortune Room Casino Platinum Play Casino Royal Vegas Casino Vegas Palms Casino Vegas Towers Casino Vegas Villa Casino
Poker Rooms –
PokerTime Royal Vegas Poker
Bingo Rooms –
Platinum Play Bingo
We don’t have too many details regarding this yet, but we do know for a fact that you need not worry if you currently have an account at any of the casinos named above. We will post more details as they come in.
The reasons behind this decision have to be because of what Gov. Beshear started back on September 18th – filing a lawsuit to seize control of 141 gambling related domain names. I believe that this will all blow over and things will get back to normal after the domain forfeiture hearing is held in December.
Microgaming has agreed to sell its Quickfire distribution business and online games to young company, Games Global (GG). The deal, announced as a "historic sale," will enable GG to obtain the international distribution rights for exclusive Microgaming titles. Following the sale, the provider says it will continue to supply several customers with its gaming platform while they will be looking ahead to the future and developing sports betting technology.
Microgaming has announced a lineup of games, which, in addition to a progressive safari-themed slot and branded jungle quest, features a premium selection of games from its expanding network of game development studios ready to go to conquer the market!
Kicking Off with Range of Exciting Slots
During the first half of the month, players can expect several exiting games.
Microgaming has heralded a "milestone" in its ongoing strategy of regulated market expansion as the online gaming provider will launch content in the recently regulated market in the Netherlands. The first group of Microgaming partners, including casino brand Toto Online Nederlandse Loterij, which was one of the first brands to gain license before the official opening of the Dutch market.