Winner’s Casino app: a good bet for playing on the move
Posted on by Sean Williamson
For gamers age 18 and older, according to Winners.com a new app just left the launchpad that makes gaming to go possible while you are in line for your tuck and go. This new casino app is a non-deposit, free download geared to all iPhone and Android device platforms. Instant play is also available on your browser as well as via SMS 160 maximum character text messaging link All new gamer accounts will be rewarded by Winners.com with a £30/$46 deposit for real money or funny money gaming.
Game categories range from blackjack and roulette to scratch & match and slots. Branded favorites awaiting your pleasure include three energy reactor Iron Man 2, Rocky scratch and the ever-popular 5-reel 25 line Frankie Dettori’s Magic Seven slots game.
For those who expect an authentic casino aura, this new app opens the door to Live Casinos with no virtual dealers by virtue of gaming in real time and a seat at a poker table for gamers of all skill levels. Players are assured that the Winners.com mission to maintain their outstanding reputation for putting players first will continue. Gamers have the further assurance that the Winner.com’s you ask–we provide philosophy still reigns on this consumer-oriented site. Behind the scenes, the Winner.com Fairness Policy continues to be overseen by a highly qualified legal, programmer and accounting staff. All personal data is instantly encrypted and no 3rd party sharing will occur.
New gamers are cordially invited to join an estimated 50,000 member mobile app club. Winner.com casino app users will experience the ultimate in customer service via toll-free phone lines, email and 24/7 staffed IM chat service. For added convenience, customer care service is available in English, German or Spanish.
According to a recent International Business Times article, 75 percent of UK residents own at least one mobile device. The total UK app market is valued at 10 billion EUR with 80 percent of this figure accounted for by gamers.