Grand Duke Chooses Playtech As Online Gambling Software Provider
The online gambling industry is changing on an almost daily basis, with online casinos switching software providers and creating partnerships in the hopes of entering the US market in the near future. This past week, Integra Gaming LTD announced that they have selected Playtech as the software provider for the new Grand Duke Casino.
The casino is being touted by Integra as a casino that will be dedicated to bringing the top service and gaming experience to bettors. That is the goal of all new online casinos, but Grand Duke now has one of the top software providers supplying the games for the casino.
Playtech has long been a leader in the online casino industry. Their games have 3D graphics, and their total number of casino games reaches over 150. Slots are always one of the main draws at an online casino, but table games and poker are also becoming increasingly popular.
Grand Duke Casino is licensed and regulated in Malta. The casino is one of dozens that have been sprouting up since many countries have changed their online gambling policies. Italy, Germany, France, and Spain are countries in Europe that have loosened their Internet gaming restrictions.
Canada has several provinces that have started to offer online casino gambling to their residents. The US is considered to be the biggest online gambling market in the world, but they have yet to change their prohibition stance regarding online gambling. Lawmakers in the US are working on new legislation that may open up the market in the coming years.
As for the Grand Duke, the casino will begin taking customers' bets in less than a month. The target launch date is in April. Once open, the casino is promising competitive bonus structures and superior customer service as selling points to the millions of online gamblers around the world.
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