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Turning to Curacao & Cyberluck for Some Answers About Online Gambling Regulations and Dispute Resolution

Thursday, August 12th, 2010

You might recall OCS launching a blog series not too long ago about online casino transparency and raising the bar for U.S. operators in fostering player trust, not to mention getting clarification on how exactly one can tell if an online casino is offering a safe and fair hand. Well, needless to say, we have been very busy here at OCS doing all sorts of things, not the least of which is investigating player complaints posted on our forum.

We recently received a complaint from a player who is owed some big money (over $80,000) from an online casino (not listed in the OCS casino reviews directory, by the way). Considering this casino uses the same software platform as other online casinos approved here at OCS, and is licensed/regulated in a jurisdiction that governs many OCS-approved US online casinos, we decided to follow up on this complaint and see if we could get some answers to some questions that have been long overdue, not to mention helping this player get paid.

Immediately below is a copy of the email we shot off to Cyberluck NV, which is apparently the Master License holder for online casino operators regulated in Curacao (Netherlands, Antilles). We also sent an email directly to Rival Gaming Software (both emails pertaining to the above mentioned complaint). So, without further ado, here’s the email (still awaiting a response):

Hello, My name is Devon Chappell, and I am the Director of Content and head investigative journalist at the popular online casino reviews directory, http://onlinecasinosuite, aka, OCS. If you are familiar with OCS, you will know that we list a large number of Curacao-regulated online casinos in our directory, providing favorable reviews of who we consider to be the best casinos on the Web. In fact, being a high ranked portal on all the major search engines, many of these casinos receive a large share of their traffic through us.

Vegas Technology, Rival Gaming and RTG-powered online casinos are all listed in our directory, and to date, most all have have performed admirably with players, generating hardly, if any, legitimate complaints. However, since our integration of a complaints forum at the beginning of the year, we have indeed noticed a rise in complaints from players who gamble at some Curacao regulated online casinos. Perhaps this has always been happening under the radar, and now only recently coming to our attention with the application of our new forum.

As I’m sure you know, RTG Software has a dispute resolution service for players – Central Disputes. However, Vegas Technology and Rival do not have any channels for lodging a complaint to my knowledge, and neither does Curacao.

That said, it would be greatly appreciated if you could share information with myself and OCS readers regarding how online casinos are regulated in Curacao (not just licensed), and how players can lodge complaints about casinos not paying out.

I’ve heard that Antillephone NV provides regulation. Is that true? If so, perhaps we should contact them directly?

To make a long story short, we are particularly concerned with a complaint posted by one player under the username of GID88 at Rival Software powered This is Vegas Casino (which does not link to a gaminglicenses.com license validation page, by the way). This player won a jackpot worth approximately $80,000 on the slots but was denied his payout because a chargeback was made on this player’s credit card at another Rival casino (SlotoCash).

We contacted SlotoCash, and they confirmed the chargeback did indeed appear to be a security breach out of the player’s hands, and that the player, being a VIP at that, was permitted to continue playing at SlotoCash pending a freeze on his account to avoid any further security breaches. The player stuck around, the account was unfrozen, and he continued wagering with SlotoCash, only to later give ThisIsVegas Casino a try.

It now looks as if ThisIsVegas is using this “incident” as an excuse to not pay the player their rather large jackpot win. A representative from Rival Gaming Software apparently told the player that the casino’s decision is final and payout could not be forced. And yet, as I said, Rival has no channel for posting complaints on their website.

Now, I would think that the jurisdiction in which ThisIsVegas is being regulated (Curacao) would have some kind of channel for at least posting a dispute resolution request? This is certainly the case in other jurisdictions providing regulation for online casino operators.

I apologize for such a long email, especially considering this may not even be the appropriate email address for doing so. However, as I said, it is difficult finding information about how online casinos are licensed and regulated in Curacao, let alone where complaints can be posted. For example, the UK Gambling Commission has a complaints submission form directly on their website. If you could please direct me to where we can help this player file a complaint through Curacao’s channels, let alone perhaps looking into the complaint yourself, that would be greatly appreciated!

Best Regards,

Devon Chappell
Directory of Content
Investigative Journalist
http://onlinecasinosuite.com

Tradition Online Casino Hands Over Operations to Licensor, Rival Gaming

Thursday, May 27th, 2010

RivalPoweredRival Gaming powered online casino, Tradition Casino has announced it will be handing over it’s operations to none other than the master software licensor, Rival Gaming. Launched little under one year ago, Tradition Casino has apparently been fighting to stay alive in the competitive online gambling waters since Day One.Granted, the handover does not mean Tradition will be closing its doors to new players. However, considering the severing of affiliate relationships, it stands to reason that Tradition Casino won’t be pulling in much traffic for the time being.

Things began unraveling for Tradition Casino when both players and affiliates began to experience a surge of delayed payments, and in some cases, non-payments. The latter mainly applied to affiliates, who were told that so long as banks were holding deposits from referred players, affiliates would not be paid commissions. In effect, affiliates were referring prized players to a defunct online casino.

Of course, it is hard to blame Tradition Casino, as they were primarily dealing with U.S. players. Depending on the processors and methods used to route deposits, some operators simply do not have the means to get by the many roadblocks that often befall U.S. facing online casinos. Truth be told, Tradition Casino should be commended for admitting their inabilities and dropping out now, rather than continue taking money from players and earning a spot on the blacklist’s.

As stated in a recent letter to affiliates, Tradition Casino management said, “We cannot stand to see Tradition Casino dying by lack of support from the majority of our affiliate members. That said, we can not blame you (affiliates), as you expect a financial return for the fruit of your work, exactly as us.… Given that we do not want to cheat nor “shave” your stats and/or stop paying our winners, we decided to stop the bleeding by stopping now our activity.”

Needless to say, it goes to show that affiliates are the life-blood for the majority of online casinos out there. For any players reading this, it’s a good lesson about the importance of affiliate websites. If you find one that you feel knows what they are doing and one whose word you can trust, always consult them for recommendations of online casinos to play at. It is the mission of Online Casino Suite to be such a site. While we certainly are not happy to see these events befall Tradition Casino, let it be known, they were never an approved site in our directory. They simply did not meet up to our standards being a newly launched online casino. Hopefully, Rival Gaming will be able to make something of Tradition Casino in the near future.

Sloto Cash Online Casino Giving Away Over $2K in Bonus Money In Honor of Mother’s Day

Friday, May 7th, 2010

Today is the last day to take advantage of Sloto Cash’s Mother’s Day Love Bonus. I’m still not quit sure how this is a good thing for the Mom’s out there who do not gamble at online casinos. However, I am pretty sure that a good son or daughter who happens to win big at Sloto Cash will put some of the winnings toward a grand Mother’s Day gift!

So, yes – you do not have to be a Mother to claim this special, limited-time bonus. Think of it as being a way to bring attention to the wonderful day that is Mother’s Day. That said, in celebration of all Mom’s who made the ultimate sacrifice of raising a child (you know – changing diapers, cleaning up snot, changing career path to Chauffeur etc.), Sloto Cash Casino is giving away a 45% bonus worth up to $2,250 in free cash.

Now, that’s more like a high roller bonus if you ask me – but I’m sure not complaining. In actuality, this is better than most high roller casino bonuses – typically going for 50% up to $1,000 Free. And if you need the deal sweetened even more, Sloto Cash is giving away twenty bouquet of flowers to randomly selected players. All you non-mom’s out there who happen to be selected for the flowers – you know what to do with ’em.

For anyone unfamiliar with Sloto Cash Casino, they are one of the top-rated Rival Gaming powered, US facing online casinos in business today. Licensed and regulated by the Curacao Gaming Authority, Sloto Cash is one of the few reliable and trustworthy online casinos open to U.S. players. Currently, Sloto Cash has an accumulate progressive jackpot worth over $120,000, and offers some 25+ video slots and over fifteen of the highly innovative I-Slots. Read the OCS Sloto Cash Review for more information.

US Favorite, Superior Online Casino Giving Away $50 for Limited Time

Wednesday, May 5th, 2010

The No-Strings Attached $50 Bonus for a Limited Time at Superior Casino

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Superior Casino has long been an approved online casino here at OCS. Listed on our homepage, Rival Casinos page and main online casino reviews directory, Superior Casino has served our readers well over the years. See the OCS Superior Casino Review for a little background.

As can (and does) happen at all online casinos, player complaints sometimes surface – usually regarding a delayed payment. While in many cases, blame can be placed on the casino, oftentimes (especially during these current times leading up to the enforcement of the UIGEA), delayed payments can happen out of the control of the online casino.

Needless to say, many players jump the gun, and their complaints often paint an unfair picture of the online casino. That said, when the OCS Complaints section of our Player’s Forum was recently posted with a complaint about Superior Casino, we were pretty confident the player would get paid out (assuming they had not committed fraud or broken any of the terms and conditions). Indeed, a representative from Superior Casino handled the complaint with excellent customer service and the player was paid! It turned out to be a fixable processor issue.

In a way, you could say it was great advertising for Superior Casino. Heck, since their face was “on our desk” so to speak, we decided to go see what Superior Casino was up to and paid a visit to their “News” page. Herein is actually another perfect example of why Superior Casino is well….superior to most other online casinos. Unlike other casino “news” pages that either publish irrelevant information or are drastically outdated, the news at Superior Casino is timely, good news. In fact, their latest promotion (which I’m going to tell you about in just a second) – not to mention past offers from the prior week and months – has prompted us to make it a regular thing to check out the Superior Casino news page more often.

So, how does a $50 no-deposit bonus sound? I know what you’re thinking – What’s the catch? Like all no-deposit chips there are probably some hefty restrictions, right? Well, actually…not really. Would you actually believe there are no wagering conditions for this bonus?

Seriously folks, all you have to do is open a free eWalletXpress account with a minimum $25 deposit. Make sure your eWalletXpress account is synced with the Superior Casino cashier and simply email Superior’s casino host, Stephen Vaughn (host [at] superiorcasino.com), and inform him of your deposit. Allow up to 24 hours for the free $50 to be credited to your account, and you will then be able to do whatever you want with your $25 deposit and $50 bonus – even cash it out if you so please. You heard right – There are no wagering conditions to cash out this bonus! Oh, and if you’re worried about using eWalletXpress, don’t be. It is one of the safest eWallets available online, and has been around for many years. It’s even available for USA players.

There you have it. Not only is Superior Casino a great place for some excellent ongoing bonuses and promotions, they are one of the most US friendly online casinos out there. Heck, they even have a page dedicated just for USA players. And if you happen to be a fan of movies, Superior has a unique “Movie Trivia” page with special giveaways for anyone who can guess their latestΒ  bit of movie clip trivia. Oh, and if you use Facebook (if not, what are your waiting for?), be sure to become a fan of Superior Casino on Facebook. By doing so, you will be eligible to take advantage of tons of special offers, ranging from no-deposit bonuses to free spins on the slots. Just last month (when Superior launched its Facebook page), they were giving away $35 chips to new fans!

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Mega Bonus Rally Taking Place Now at Ruby Royal Online Casino

Friday, April 16th, 2010

Ruby Royal Casino is one of the newest approved Rival Gaming powered online casinos here at OCS. On the fast track to become one of Rival’s top performing licensees, Ruby Royal is hosting a ton of promotions right now and giving away lots of free bonus cash. Besides their no-deposit teaser bonus of $11 Free and a massive welcome bonus worth 200% up to $1,000 Free (no game exclusions and a low 15x play-through), Ruby Royal is hosting a weeklong promo called the Mega Bonus Rally.

Kicked off yesterday, Mega Bonus Rally lasts through Sunday, April 25th, and celebrates the excitement of Formula 1 racecar driving. An online gambling contest of sorts, the top three winners will walk away with a brand new iPad (come on, you know you want one!). More importantly, however, is that the journey along the way is all about claiming outstanding free cash bonus offers.

The way it works is that players must wager a minimum amount ($50) on a select casino game to complete a “lap”. When the wager requirement is met, the player is permitted to move onto the next lap – complete with its own wagering challenge. To give players more incentive to keep going, Ruby Royal is offering a free cash bonus to accompany each lap. There are eight laps total, so you can imagine this amounts to some serious free cash.

Truth be told, there is $4,000 up for grabs per player. Each lap offers up to $500 Free, increasingly awarding a greater percentage of free money each lap. The first lap, which requires at least $50 in wagers on the popular Psychedelic Sixties iSlot before moving to lap two, offers a 100% Match bonus up to $500 Free, while the last lap dishes out a 300% bonus up to $500 Free.

As for those iPad’s being given away, the first three players who complete all eight laps will be the benefactor of Apple’s latest masterpiece, which if you haven’t heard already, is tricked out to provide an amazing online gambling experience. For more information, read the OCS Ruby Royal Casino Review or Visit Ruby Royal Now.

New Online Casino Review at OCS Qualifies for Homepage Listing

Wednesday, April 7th, 2010

There’s a new face in the online casino reviews directory here at OCS. In fact, this highly rated Rival Gaming powered online casino even made it to the OCS homepage. How’s that, you ask? What gives one online casino homepage precedence over another? Heck, as strict as we are at granting listings in our reviews directory, period, how is it that some online casinos are listed, while others – albeit equally qualified – are not.

Errrrrrrrrrr!!!!! (sound of screeching car tires) Hold it right there! What’s that you say? Two equally qualified online casinos may not get equal exposure here at OCS? One may not even get any exposure at all? Well, pray do tell, what gives?

First of all, these are some great questions. How do you know that we aren’t a conglomerate working on behalf of all the online casinos listed at OCS? For that matter, how do you know we are not Russian spy’s working on behalf of the President Pootin (I mean Putin) and his submissive love buddy ice skating pal, Evgeny Plushenko (who won the gold medal in Vancouver, by the way)? Seriously though, this would entail a conflict of interest and some serious bias would it not? And as much as I want to say, “Rest assured, OCS does not work for any of the online casinos listed on our site”, we fully understand that the most skeptic of the skeptics still might have some reservations trusting our word.

That’s why we always encourage our skeptic readers to do some further research and find out what others are saying about a particular online casino. And believe me, there is plenty of information out there. Google is your best friend! The only thing is that much of this information isn’t backed up, but is simply hot air. That’s precisely why you will find lengthy and detailed reviews of each of the online casinos listed at OCS. Not hot air, mind you, but rather, facts and objective observations.

But this still doesn’t necessarily explain why two equally qualified online casinos may not get the same amount of exposure on our reviews pages, does it not? Well, here’s the thing. OCS is not a directory of online casinos. In other words, we are not exhaustive, as opposed to a site like Online Casino City, which albeit, more exhaustive, does not provide the detail and comprehensive nature which our reviews provide. If we comprehensively reviewed every online halfway decent online casino in business today, we would be more like the Wikipedia of online casinos and overwhelm our readers with too many choices.

The other aspect you must consider is that while two online casinos are equally qualified in their credentials, that does not mean they are equal in areas of bonuses, payouts, customer service, loyalty rewards and a host of other factors. OCS takes into consideration the overall package. Believe us – It’s not about money. That’s precisely why we don’t accept paid advertising.

And yes, we take into consideration the fact that some online casinos are more willing to work with us than others. This is a good thing, for our selectiveness gives us more say when dealing with potential player complaints. Online casino operators know how hard it is to get listed at OCS. They would be foolish to not amicably deal with player complaints that potentially come through OCS. In other words, they are more willing to work things out with players when OCS is involved. When our referred players are happy, that makes us happy. Mind you, that doesn’t mean we are always going to take the side of the player. But if there is a dispute, a lag in customer service or any grey issue that needs resolving, we will always jump to the defense of the player.

In conclusion (let’s bring this back full circle, shall we?), that new addition to the OCS online casinos reviews section and homepage I talked about in the intro paragraph, certainly qualifies for a featured listing at OCS. The site is none other than Ruby Royal Casino, and as mentioned, is a licensee of Rival Gaming software. There are many Rival Gaming licensees in business today, and here at OCS we have just six Rival Gaming powered online casinos listed on our site. They all stand out for different reasons – And for Ruby Royal, it’s the fact they are the first – and currently – only Rival online casino to be given an operator TST approval.

For those not familiar with what a TST approval is, it means that the Ruby Royal Casino software platform has undergone extensive testing to ensure it is safe, fair and cannot be manipulated. TST, by the way, is an internationally recognized software testing facility. Furthermore, Ruby Royal Casino submits itself to ongoing payout audits, thus confirming payout percentages, which are verified by the actual TST reports linked through the Ruby Royal website. Considering the history of Ruby’s management team – Bonne Chance NV/Silverstone Overseas Ltd (which has been in business for nearly ten years), and the promotions offered at Ruby Royal – 200% up to $1,000 Free Welcome Bonus on a single deposit with 15x play-through – it’s pretty obvious to us that Ruby Royal Casino deserves to be on the OCS homepage.

For more information, read the OCS Ruby Royal Casino Review

Get $15 Free at Superior Casino for Playing New Rival Gaming Video Slot: Candy Cottage

Tuesday, March 9th, 2010

Today, Rival Gaming Software launched a new online casino video slot – and no, it’s not another I-Slot. Sorry to disappoint all the I-Sluts…err, I mean I-Slot fans out there. But seriously, you wouldn’t believe how devoted some players are to I-Slots. Admittedly, they do get me a little hot and bothered, but that’s only because of the realistic animations of curvaceous vixens. Come on, I’m only human! God help me all the same!

Anyhow, as exciting as it always is to get a new I-Slot, this time around, Rival has unveiled a five-reel video slot with some interesting features. Of course, I’m going to tell you all about this new game, called Candy Cottage. But if you want to cut right to the chase, Superior Casino is giving away a free $15 No-Deposit Bonus chip to anyone who wagers at least $10 on Candy Cottage by Monday, March 15, 2010. Keep in mind, that’s a no-deposit bonus, so we’re talking some serious cashout restrictions.

Anyhow, as I mentioned, Candy Cottage is a video slot. It offers five reels and twenty paylines of betting action themed on the story of Hans and Gretel. Slightly creepy – but in a fun way – this game brings to life the crazy kid-eating Witch, the not-so-adorable Hans and Gretel, and lots of candy. Coin sizes range from 1 penny to $0.25 and up to ten coins per line can be wagered. Doing the math, that’s a max bet of $50 if betting the max denomination and max coins. Most players will probably stay away from the larger bets anyways, considering Candy Cottage isn’t a progressive jackpot slot.

What is most interesting about this slot is that it only takes two of the top paying symbols (Hans and Gretel) lined up on a single payline to pay a jackpot. Generally, it takes three symbols. The greater frequency of jackpot wins makes up for a lesser frequency of free spins, which are triggered by three or more Gingerbread House symbols. The good news is that all free spins pay triple winnings, thus giving them extra bang when they do hit.

The wild symbol (the child burning furnace) is expanding, meaning it will expand to fill the entire third reel when it can connect the first/second and fourth/fifth reels together on a payline. That means an even greater chance of winnings on multiple paylines. As for the bonus round – yep it has a bonus round – it is triggered with 3 or more cages (guess what they are used for?…cue diabolical evil laugh). If you are good with a computer mouse, you will love this bonus. It takes some skilled maneuvering, as the bonus consists of moving little greedy Hans all over to eat candy falling from the sky – each successfully eaten candy converting into free cash.

So, there you have it folks. Candy Cottage isn’t an I-Slot, but it sure does stand up to Rival Gaming’s reputation for delivering some of the most entertaining and lucrative slots at USA online casinos. If you would like to experience Candy Cottage firsthand, aforementioned Superior Casino offers a live Flash version to play for free (no account required). If you do decide to play with real money, make $10 in wagers on Candy Cottage before March 15th and Win a free $15 no-deposit bonus chip. Read the OCS Superior Casino Review for details.

Searching for a Tropical Online Casino in the Dead of Winter?

Wednesday, February 17th, 2010
My Tropical Fantasy at Paradise 8 Casino (Check out my Balance...Booya!!)

My Tropical Fantasy at Paradise 8 Casino (Check out my Balance...Booya!!)

Not sure about you, but where I’m at, it’s the brunt of winter, snow and ice are on the ground, the sky is grey, trees are bare, and needless to say, I’m ready for a little warmth and sunshine. I know beggar’s can’t be choosers, but I’d be lying if I didn’t admit I’m also ready for a Pina Coloda, private cabana , some flip flops and palm trees swaying in the tropical breezes.

But, since that’s not going to happen, I do what’s next best – virtual reality. Now, I’m not talking about the whole goggle headset and touch sensor gloves experience or like they do in Avatar, but I am talking about some of the best Web technology out there.Β  Low & behold, this being an online gambling blog and all, wouldn’t you know that I’m talking about online casino gambling? πŸ™‚

So, in my fantasy to be basking in the sunshine and dangling my toes in the water, I started to mull over all the online casinos with a tropical theme. I started going down the list, and at one point I remembered Casino Del Rio, but soon realized they had turned into an “eco” themed online casino – still not a bad thing, but not what I was looking for in order to fulfill my fantasy. I mean, I eat organic food and recycle and all that, but at the moment, I need a tropical fantasy like a baby needs its bottle! πŸ™

After a few more minutes of sobbing and narrowing down online casinos by software platform, I found myself perusing Rival Gaming, and landing upon an online casino, which to be honest, was one that I am not as familiar with as some of the others in my book of top picks. Not that I’ve been impartial to Rival-powered Davinici’s Gold, Superior Casino and Sloto Cash, I just didn’t have the good chance of playing at……drum roll please…..Paradise 8 Casino – the object of my tropical fantasy desires! The funny thing is that Paradise 8 has been around for quite a while, and of all their Rival brethren, actually offers one of the best, if not the best bonus packages currently. Try a $10 no-deposit bonus followed by 100% up to $300 Free, or 2-part bonus up to $800 Free on slots, or 100% up to $350 Free on table games.

Now, I know it may sound peculiar to some of you for an online casino to make you feel like you are in a tropical paradise. However, there is something to be said for full-screen imagery (definitely play in full screen mode people), the right music, and of course, having a couple Pina Coloda’s in your fazizzle.

When you first open Paradise 8 Casino, the first thing you will see is a high definition photo of what is very likely a poolside resort in Hawaii. Choice! The water looked so good, I actually tried to dive into the screen. Okay, maybe I had more than a couple Pina Coloda’s πŸ™‚ For your information, the photo posted with this blog is actually a screen shot of the latest welcome screen at Paradise 8. Ya, so after logging back in, I noticed the lobby screen had changed. I’m not sure if this is a regular thing or a difference between the initial download and regular login screen – either way, it get’s my tropical kicks off.

Backed by some very relaxing tropical lounge music dubbed with little parrots and birds chirping away in the background, I seriously was halfway into my tropical fantasy before I even logged into Paradise 8. The only thing missing was a bikini babe to walk by and remind me that she was way out my league. And honestly, that’s all I needed. Let’s just say the diversion of the online casino games took over from there. So there you have it – If you too are looking for a little tropical getaway via an online casino, Paradise 8 lives up to their name – Your best bet if you ask me. Now, if only I can get turn the virtual reality into reality – bikini babe and all! Signing out then, ’cause I guess I better get to wagering!

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Weekend Online Casino Jackpot Update: Mobile Jackpots and Rival Gaming Pay Big

Sunday, December 20th, 2009
Mobile online gambling at eCOGRA approved All Slots Casino

Mobile online gambling at eCOGRA approved All Slots Casino

This weekend was a good one for jackpot wins, albeit there are no millionaires to report. πŸ™ Most promising was a series of big wins scored on mobile devices. Another testament to the growing popularity of mobile online casino gambling, this particular jackpot was worth $10,225, and hit on the Tomb Raider video slot, which is extremely popular with both mobile gamers and regular online casino players.

According to the Jackpot Factory’s, Microgaming-powered All Slots Casino, a mobile player from South Africa using the screen name Karin D. hit the big win using a Nokia mobile device after only one month of opening an account. That’s definitely what you call “good luck”, and goes to show that winning in the online casino can happen to anyone….even on a mobile phone.

If you are interested in giving mobile online gambling a go, it truly is as simple as pie. Go to the “Getting Started” page at All Slots, choose your type of phone (over 1,400 compatible devices, including iPhone, iTouch and Android), enter your phone number and wait for the download package to be sent via secure SMS text. After opening an account through the software platform, individual casino games can be downloaded at the “tap of a touchscreen”, including several slots, progressive jackpot games and table games like Blackjack and Roulette. And don’t forge to take advantage of All Slots 100% Match Bonus up to $200 Free for mobile players. Keep in mind, I am specifically referring to All Slots Casino and Microgaming mobile online casinos in general, which are not open to U.S. residents.

Play Rival Gaming's Money Magic at Superior Casino

Play Rival Gaming's Money Magic at Superior Casino

But don’t let that get you down all my U.S. friends. Even despite attempts by the U.S. government to block U.S. players from online casinos, “good luck” also frequently happens for U.S. residents in the online gambling world! Case in point was this very weekend, in which a yet-to-be identified player scored a $86,006 jackpot playing at the Rival Gaming network of U.S. facing online casinos. The game responsible for dishing out the $86K jackpot was the “Money Magic” progressive video slot, having finally stolen some thunder from Rival Gaming’s “Major Moolah” slot, which has been one of the hottest slots of late.

Currently, the cumulative progressive jackpot total at Rival Gaming Casinos is worth over $26,000, with “Strike it Gold” now worth over $11,000 and the exciting I-slot, “1 Million Reels BC” now nearing the $8,000 mark. Having busted recently, both “Major Moolah” and “Money Magic” are under $4,000 each. For a real-time feed of jackpot tally’s check out Superior Casino. They get our topmost recommendation for Rival progressive jackpot action, notwithstanding the fact that they are one of the only licensees with a real time feed! :).

Don’t forget to take advantage of a free no-deposit bonus worth $20 (maximum cashout of $50), or $1,900 in three free slots bonuses and $1,000 in three free casino game bonuses. PLEAS NOTE, however, that all sign-up bonuses at Superior Casino have a maximum withdrawal of $50. If you don’t want to be kept taking home a big jackpot win early on before meeting the play-through requirement, DO NOT claim this bonus.

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