Published on January 24th, 2014 | by Steve Gardman
Net Entertainment Goes For The Big Bang
Sweden-based top casino games developer Net Entertainment announced the launch of its latest online slot game, Big Bang, a title that the developer promises to be out of this world. The game takes players into outer space on an interplanetary mission across the universe. It features Wild symbols and a progressive multiplier.
According to Simon Hammon, chief product officer at Net Entertainment, Big Bang is one among the developer’s line of best-of-breed video slot games designed for the online casino market. Players are sure to find much to discover and keep coming back for more. Rich animations and vibrant colors are just a few of the exciting features to keep players entertained with every spin. The game features multipliers up to 32x, giving players the opportunity to take home life-changing winnings. In addition to Big Bang, Net Entertainment also added Twin Spin, the old-style Vegas online slot to its Mobile Touch portfolio. The game features 243 ways to win and no bet lines.
New Jersey law makers introduce bill
In other news, Sens. Ray Lesniak and Jim Whelan introduced a bill that would allow New Jersey to expand its online gaming presence and accept bets from other states and countries. The bill seeks to permit the Garden State enter into reciprocal agreements with other states and countries where online gambling is legal so that players can have access to the 15 online gambling sites run by Atlantic City casinos that were recently launched or to be launched in the near future.
The current law only permits New Jersey residents physically located in the state to open online gambling accounts. One of the major objectives for the introduction of the bill is to help expose Atlantic City casinos to the global online gambling market. The move has plenty of support from the industry with Senator Lesniak of the opinion that it could open the New Jersey market to the $30 billion industry. The bill also mandates that payment processors procure a casino industry service license. Background checks will become an essential part of the process in a bid to persuade financial institutions and banks to permit online gamblers to use credit cards. Many experts expect the state to rake in more in terms of revenue as more casinos enter the online market and more advertising takes place. Richard Branson’s Virgin Casino is set to go live in the state on Friday.