SlotsClub.com.com Site Undergoes Redesign
July 27, 2009 — SlotsClub.com.com, one of the premier online gaming destinations, has just launched a redesigned version of its website. The motivation behind the changes was to make the SlotsClub.com experience even more enjoyable for the players.
“We felt it was time for a redesign and a new look,” SlotsClub.com’s Brenda Wilson said. “There weren’t any major underlying issues with the site; we just wanted to refresh it.”
The redesigned site offers players a sharp, clean feel which comes with increased user-friendliness. Navigation has been improved as has the overall flow of the site. “We wanted a site that the players would be very comfortable with,” Wilson added.
In addition to English, SlotsClub.com is now available in Spanish, Italian and French. This is just another way in which SlotsClub.com is trying to make players feel as comfortable as possible.
SlotsClub.com has also enhanced the amount of customer support it provides the players and now offers live chat where players can chat live instantly with a customer support representative.
SlotsClub.com offers its players state of the art technology that makes online gaming a real multimedia experience. Net Entertainment and Evolution Gaming contribute to this experience via their software; Net Entertainment provides the Slots Games whilst Evolution provides the live dealer games.
There is a wide variety of exciting non-downloadable, instant play slots games for SlotsClub.com players to enjoy. From the Adventure of Pirate’s Gold to the drama of Golden Derby and to the fantasy of Crusade of Fortune, the players will be thrilled and entertained.
SlotsClub.com also offers players the option to play blackjack or baccarat against a live dealer. There is also live roulette where the player can watch the ball spin around the wheel and see where it lands.
SlotsClub.com is reaching out to new players. “We have a fantastic welcome bonus of 50% up to €300 for all first time depositors. They are all winners at SlotsClub.com even before they’ve sat down at the tables,” Wilson said.