Casino News | 2018 - February

David Williams | 19 Feb 2018

Mobile casino solutions supplier Microgaming has revealed a brand new game that is set to launch at its partners’ casino platforms soon. The new Fortunium mobile slot has been inspired by the trendy Steampunk movement, and boasts an array of innovative features and fantastic graphics for a wild Victorian-style adventure....[Read More]

David Williams | 16 Feb 2018

We’re warned left, right and centre to take the strictest precautions when it comes to our money. Thanks to new phishing scams and a steady collection of online fraudsters, many people simply refuse to take the risks associated with online transactions – even when playing at an established iOS casino on a trusted mobile casino app....[Read More]

David Williams | 14 Feb 2018

Swedish iGaming expert NetEnt is now set to sail for Viking territory after revealing that it has secured the rights to create a slot game based on the hit TV drama series Vikings....[Read More]

David Williams | 14 Feb 2018

The company finally admitted that what many had deemed to be a mere conspiracy theory actually contained some truth. Since the beginning of 2016 it had started to slow down older model iPhones by means of automatic updates, so as to prevent the shut-down of the older models equipped with ever-ageing battery units. ...[Read More]

David Williams | 07 Feb 2018

LeoVegas, the international mobile casino leading company, has now been officially approved for listing on the Nasdaq Stockholm regulated stock market, according to recent news reports. The listing committee of Nasdaq Stockholm revealed the news after the decision was made to add LeoVegas to its roster....[Read More]

David Williams | 04 Feb 2018

Canada is one of the many countries worldwide that has legalised casino gambling – but despite this, the nation is still suffering a continuous rise in underground gambling rates across all of its provinces. Just weeks ago in December last year, an illegal Richmond gambling club masquerading as a karaoke bar became the latest to be bust by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, who are still perplexed as to how to handle the growing issue of illegal gambling in Canada....[Read More]