THREE NEW ONLINE CASINOS LAUNCHED THIS MONTH
THREE NEW ONLINE CASINOS LAUNCHED THIS MONTH i-Gaming Software and Microgaming offer a diversity of themes June has been a bumper month for new online casino offerings; two from Microgaming and one from i-Gaming Software. Red Flush Casino.com is a Kahnawake licensed online casino with its own Red Returns affiliate program offering up to 35 percent commissions. The professionally crafted and attractive website carries the full range of player facilities and services, with incentives that include a matchplay SUB maxed at 100 units in any of the 8 currency denominations offered. With a huge gambling inventory of over 300 games in download and Flash formats, there should be something to please everyone on this site. Another recent "big" online casino launch from the MGS studios is Villa Fortuna.com, which joins the Grand Prive group of online casinos and comes in 5 European language variations but excludes US players. Licensed in Malta by Iconic (Malta) Ltd., the website is very well presented in a big, glossy style with a full range of player services. There's an SUB of 100 percent maxed at Euro 100 on offer, together with a special offer of a free Euro 25….but players are urged to carefully read through the T&Cs before moving in. Disappointingly, what seems to be a rogue affiliate has been unashamedly spamming for this operation recently and this individual needs to be reined in quickly by the operator. A Costa Rican registered but apparently Asian owned and targeted new online casino, poker and sportsbook branded Viva Macau.com has also launched this month, powered by i-Gaming Software, with poker software and network facilities from the burgeoning Merge Poker network. Operators Mong Ha Media have taken the precaution of obtaining a Netherlands Antilles licence, too. The website is well executed and carries over 50 games and a full range of facilities to suit players around the globe, with ownership listed as Mong Ha (a hill feature on the offshore gambling island of Macau) Media SA. Sam Casteel, Mong Ha Media's public relations director, was talking up a good game last week in promising to compete with the major land based casinos on the offshore gambling island!