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J. Fortune Entertainment Ltd has announced the launch of a new online casino site with bingo to follow shortly using proprietary software that is brand new to the industry.
The online gaming industry is still very new and is growing steadily year on year. One area that has seen one of the biggest growths is within online bingo, despite the fact, there are only a few providers that make up a large majority of the market.
J. Fortune Entertainment Ltd aims to change this and have spent over three years perfecting their own software that will set them apart from the competition.
“One of the main complaints from online bingo players is that most of the sites look and feel the same, with only minor adjustments, such as the color scheme separating them,” said managing director Richard Grant.
“That is why we have spent time and money to offer our players something different, in terms of the design, features, and promotions.”
Players will earn tokens simply by playing bingo for real money, these can then be exchanged for entry to the Mega Bonus Round, which will offer large jackpot sums for lucky winners.
To start with, there will be an online casino containing slots and table games from Betsoft, and immediately after launch additional games from some of the industry’s biggest providers will be added.
They will be working with Grabbit Gaming, a respected service company who will be helping with the marketing and customer support.
Grabbit Gaming CEO Jamie Toulson added “We have been working with Richard and his team for some time now and are excited to see it go live. A lot of time and money has been spent getting to this stage, and we are confident that it will make a big impact as it will offer players something different which is what online Bingo has been crying out for.”
J. Fortune Entertainment Ltd started life in the online bingo affiliate side more than 11 years ago, more recently adding a casino affiliate side too. This is a logical progression for the growth of the company in becoming operators.
The company is based in Malta, Sliema to be exact, and will be offering a percentage of revenues to charities in another attempt to differentiate from their competitors.
Source: European Gaming Industry News