A player from Germany (Ulrike H.) had the honors of taking home the Diamond Valley jackpot, while a player from France (Angele R.) was the lucky benefactor of the nearly a half million Euro's playing Gold Rally. Shortly after the back-to-back wins, Casino Tropez management published a press release accounting for the wide area progressive jackpots. According to Ulrike's testimony, he began frequenting Casino Tropez for their high quality graphics (thanks to Playtech), promotions and weekly competitions.
There's no doubt that Casino Tropez is highly popular with European players. If it weren't for the UIGEA, they would be just as popular in the U.S. In fact, Casino Tropez used to be one of the leading U.S. facing online casinos. However, when Playtech backed out of the market, Casino Tropez was obliged to do the same. Fortunately for them, Casino Tropez has always made it a priority to diversify their player base. Still one of Playtech's top performing online casinos, it's no surprise to hear about a string of progressive jackpot wins at Casino Tropez.
When Playtech reenters the U.S. market, which most gaming analysts agree is a day that will come in the not-too-distant future, you can expect them to catch on quick with a whole new player base. In the meantime, Playtech continues offering their live dealer casino games (available through live webcam streaming), a Flash software platform and downloadable suite of over 100 casino games.
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