How Safe Are Free Online Casino Slot Games

How Safe Are Free Online Casino Slot Games
The safety of free online casino slot games gambling is a common issue that arises in the mind of newcomers to the online gambling industry. The past few years have seen a lot of debates on this issue, as online casinos have gained a huge popularity among casino lovers. Some of the major concerns have been the transaction of money, payouts of prize money, on-time payments, etc. However, with the advent of electronic fund transfer system, online casinos make online transactions for any kind of payment. Online transactions are considered to be the safest and most secure mode of financial transaction what with every transaction having a record of all necessary details regarding the transaction. All this has compelled the free online casino slot games to give the players whatever they have paid for and make everything extremely transparent and secure. However, it is important to note that all online casinos are not equally safe although they claim to be so. Players may face the challenge of finding the real safe casinos with another new online casino joining the free online casino slot games gambling club every other day. So, it’s absolutely imperative to check a casinos reputation before registering because you don’t want your personal information at risk. . Bookmark the .

Mega Moolah Hit Before New Years

Mega Moolah Hit Before New Years
Mega Moolah, the online casino progressive slot jackpot from Microgaming, has been hit again. There has not yet been confirmation from the online casino software provider, however, the counters for the online casino progressive slot jackpot have been reset, and the slot game has begun to climb up from its starting value of one million. There verification process can take a few days before it is officially announced that there is a new Mega Moolah millionaire. It looked as if Mega Moolah was heading towards the two million mark when the counters stopped and a hit took place at around 1,965,000. It is not likely that the lucky winner will be upset in any way that the slot had not yet made it to two million. The last big hit that took place on Mega Moolah was almost twice the size of this hit, at a value of 3,841,865. This hit took place on 11th October 2011, just two and a half months ago. Mega Moolah’s main jackpot may only be won every few months, but it also has other jackpots, such as the Mega Moolah Major jackpot that pays out far more frequently, albeit in much smaller amounts. The recent Mega Moolah main jackpot was hit on 28th December 2011, and on the very same day, Mega Moolah Major was hit for 21,721. The day before that, another lucky online casino progressive slots player won 39,590 on Mega Moolah Major’s progressive jackpot. No matter what Mega Moolah’s latest winner wants to use the money for, it has certainly come as a great New Years gift. What a way to end 2011 and begin 2012! The Major Millions online casino progressive slot game that is also found at Microgaming, is currently the highest progressive slot jackpot available from the online casino software company, with a value of over 1,7 million. Related Posts US Online Gambling Update New Slot from Rival Gaming Christmas and New Years Bonuses at Club World Casino Manhattan Slots Christmas and New Year Bonuses Mobile Game Releases from Microgaming   Share on Facebook, Twitter, MySpace…

Gaming Union Finds Reasons to Oppose Ontario Online Casinos

Gaming Union Finds Reasons to Oppose Ontario Online Casinos
Despite estimates that online casinos can solve a plethora of budgetary problems for Ontario without harming residents, a union invested in land gaming is speaking out against the lottery’s Internet gambling plan. Officials in the Canadian province of Ontario say they will bring online casino gambling to the region’s lottery gambling by 2012, but leaders of a powerful union are denouncing the plan. Representatives from the Canadian Auto Workers, which coincidentally has organized over 7000 land-based gaming employees, think the concept may put players suffering from problem gambling at risk.“Internet gaming facilitates serious gambling addictions wherein participants can spend thousands of dollars without ever leaving their homes or coming into contact with another human being,” said CAW President Ken Lewenza in a statement released after Ontario had confirmed its plans, according to the Toronto Star.Internet experts have testified that technology can make online casinos as secure against compulsive gambling as any land-based venue.The Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation released estimates that almost $1 billion flows annually from Canadian residents to foreign Internet casino operators without a dime of tax being paid. A government spokesman said online gambling run by the province could be earning as much as $100 million yearly within five years.British Columbia and the Atlantic provinces have already begun allowing their lotteries to accept online casino gaming, and Manitoba leaders say that province is also considering operating its own Internet gambling sites.Still, CAW leaders only saw the potential loss of jobs in one area as the issue, while those with less tunnel vision remarked that online jobs would be increasing, as well as the general public welfare once revenues were boosted.“It could lead to a loss of jobs at a time when the province cannot afford it,” stated Lewenza. “This should also be taken into account.”Ontario is facing a multi-million dollar deficit, with future spending expected to rise sharply. Published on August 11, 2010 by TomWeston

Real Time Gaming Brings Glitz and Glamour to Your Screen

Real Time Gaming Brings Glitz and Glamour to Your Screen
Real Time Gaming online casinos have a new online casino slot release that simply brings the glamour of the 1920’s to your computer screen. The 5 reel and 25 payline slot game, Glitz and Glamour, is filled with wilds, free spins, and more. Set in the 1920’s similar to the style of the movie Bugsy Malone, symbols that can be seen on the reels include women in posh dresses, old-fashioned 1920’s telephones, men with white suits and black shirts, coins and cash piled up, a classic 1920’s car, a newspaper, a hat, and other symbols that round out the 20’s theme. There are two wild symbols, one a man, and one a woman. The man is found in several poses and is wearing a white suit, black shirt and yellow tie, and the woman is seen in her posh dress. When the male wild symbol helps players to win more by substituting for other symbols, the winnings are doubled for the enacted payline. When the female symbol acts as the wild, and she is used as a substitute for other symbols, the winnings are tripled. When both these symbols, the male and the female, appear on an enabled payline, winnings are not only multiplied by five, but are multiplied by six! The Glitz and Glamour online casino slot game comes with two progressive jackpots. One is a minor progressive and the other is a major progressive. The progressive jackpots are randomly awarded and can be paid out any time after a spin has taken place. The free spins round comes with 30 free spins. In the free spins round all winnings are multiplied by three. This new game release can be played both as a free game, or as a real money game. It also has the autoplay option available for those who prefer to sit back and watch the action. Related Posts International Accreditation for eCOGRA Online Gambling Appeal in South Africa Cryptologic has Good Q2 Results A Dedicated Mega Moolah Site Platinum Play Casino has Summertime Promo   Share on Facebook, Twitter, MySpace…

Online Gambling on Personal Academic Achievement Now Available

Online Gambling on Personal Academic Achievement Now Available
A new website permits US college students online gambling based on future grade performance. US residents tired of being denied access to conventional casino gambling on the Internet now have a fresh alternative while awaiting the advancement of H.R. 2267. A new service is allowing college students to use their academic records for online gambling.Ultrinsic is a website which uses an algorithm to calculate betting odds based on course difficulty, personal history and current workload. Site operators say taking bets and placing lines on a student’s future success acts as a motivating tool.Further, the site hopes to escape the nefarious clutches of the UIGEA ban while it still exists, as site designers say the system tests skill, not luck, and is therefore not gambling.”Other people’s stuff you bet on; your own stuff you invest in,” CEO Steven Wolf told the Boston Globe.Participants set their goals, and the Internet gaming site determines odds of the achievement coming to pass. Over 30 universities are already accepted by the database, including Stanford, New York University, and five Ivy League institutions, and more are being added each term.Online gambling foes might object to the targeting of young people, but site operators claim most participants are expected to use the wagers as motivation to study and excel. Internet and technology website Switched.com pointed out the company should expect to lose money, unless “the goal is to prey upon the under-performing students of America. In which case, Facebook’s beat you to it.” Published on August 10, 2010 by JoshuaMcCarthy

D.C. Online Gambling Delayed; Public To Have Input

D.C. Online Gambling Delayed; Public To Have Input
Opponents of a new online casino site in Washington D.C. were pleased on Monday when the D.C. Lottery announced that it would be delaying the launch of the online casino. The delay, according to city council members, is for time to gain public input on the controversial issue.Earlier this year the D.C. Council allowed a deadline to pass in which they could have eliminated the online gambling law. With the deadline passed, the D.C. Lottery began preparing for a launch of late July for free play and September for real money gambling online. Monday, the entire process was put on hold.”It could be October, it could be November, it could be next year,” said council member Jack Evans, in response to when the online casino will finally be launched. Other council members believed that later this year was the more probable date for the start of regulated online gambling in the city.Michael A. Brown claimed the gambling would become a reality later this fall. Before that happens, however, there is going to be a series of public discussions on the issue, and the hope is that the council will ease the fears of those opposed to the new gaming laws.Even those who are in favor of the expanded form of gambling will be allowed to attend the public forums to ask questions and gather information on the plan. The public areas where the online site will be accessible will have a sixty day review period before the site launches.While many states had lawmakers spending weeks debating online gambling, D.C. quietly pushed through a law regulating the industry last December. Even if the site is delayed for several months, it will likely become the first online casino in the US that is being run with US regulations.The city where the online site will go live is ironically the same city where the Department of Justice originated an online gambling indictment against PokerStars and Full Tilt Poker, two of the largest online poker sites in the world.Lawmakers in Washington are working towards a federal resolution to Internet gambling prohibition. Representatives Joe Barton and John Campbell, both Conservatives, have proposed two separate bills that would regulate online poker. In Barton’s bill, other forms of online gambling would remain unregulated.US online poker players represent a large portion of the population in the US, and they have made their voices heard after losing their two primary places to play online. Professional poker players have also taken a stand, with several boycotting the World series of Poker until Full Tilt pays US customers the funds that were in their accounts at the time of the government shutdown of the site. July 12, 2011Posted By April GardnerStaff Editor, CasinoGamblingWeb.comSubmit News!