November 10, 2008 (InfoPowa News) — Both Mac and Windows online gambling fans are being invited to take the latest Orbis Technology-powered online casino for a spin this week, perhaps sampling some of the unusual incentives of free strip shows as well as monetary bonuses available at Roulette
With a decided theme emphasis on pin-up girls and lightly clad live-betting croupiers, the professional-looking new website is licensed in Malta and operated by E-Tainment Limited, the management of which claims extensive (but unspecified) online casino expertise.
E-Tainment spokesperson Sandra Barton-Nichol, spokesperson for E-tainment, characterized the design and construction of Roulette69 as a "complex technological challenge."
"For our live streaming features and innovative casino entertainment, we needed a very flexible and robust casino product," she said. "After discussing our unique requirements with Orbis, they decided this was a challenging and innovative project they wanted to be a part of and could do."
Barton-Nichol is believed to be the former head of Risk Investigation at the online betting exchange Betfair, and reportedly has over 18 years of experience within the gaming and security industry regarding casino, police, retail, and financial environments. Starting from a professional base as a detective constable, she entered the world of corporate security as E-commerce Fraud Manager for a retail group, subsequently moving to a Forensic Accounting Unit within the financial sector. She then joined Betfair, from where she was last heard.
Adding to the Malta license oversight, Orbis Technology's 60-game software is certified by the Alderney regulator and sports a random number generator audited by TST.
The multi-lingual, European-facing website has all the usual player facilities together with good financial options and, in addition to those free strip shows, is offering a rather miserly €3 no-deposit test drive, and a more attractive matchplay sign-up bonus capped at €69.

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