Issue N10, 2011

March 9, 2011

New CSI Slot Games on the Their Way

Anybody who watches television has heard of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, which has become the most watched TV program in history. Tens of millions of people call this their favorite show, and since it launched in 2000, it has been screened around the globe. At present CSI is in its 11th season and shows no sign of letting up.

With such a popular brand, it comes as no surprise that gambling giant, GTech G2 is happy with the multi year partnership agreement it signed with CBS Consumer Products in order to bring players new slot games based on CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, CSI: Miami and CSI: Las Vegas.

The games will bring with them all the action that players love to watch on this show, following a team of forensics as they gather important data to help them solve murders.

“Everybody loves a great mystery complete with fingerprints, DNA traces and characters with shady alibis,” noted the Vice President for Gaming Products at GTech G2, Dominic Mansour. “Thanks to our agreement with CBS Consumer Products, we can incorporate the intrigue and suspense of CSI within our interactive games to thrill game players and CSI fans throughout the world.”

All Slots Casino Rolls out Four New Games

The leading online casino, All Slots Casino has announced that it has rolled out four new slot games for its players to enjoy. The games were created by Microgaming, which is a sure bet that they incorporate fantastic graphics and top rewards. All Slots Casino ran a celebratory promotion ahead of the release of Eagle’s Wings, Party Island, Retro Reels; Extreme Heat and Asian Beauty, with players earning double loyalty points.

All Slots Casino is a member of the prestigious Jackpot Factory Group of sites. The Vice President for the group, David Brickman said about the new release: “ is proud of its wide variety of slot games.”

“We're looking forward to spicing things up with four new online slot machines offering great features like free spins, re-spins, payout multipliers and entertaining bonus games,” he added.

All Slots Casino went into more detail about what players can expect from the four new online slot games.

“In addition to Party Island and Asian Beauty, is excited to introduce Retro Reels: Extreme Heat,” said the site in a statement. “This sizzling slot includes the revolutionary re-spin feature that allows players to re-spin individual reels for the chance of improving their results. The popular free spins feature is also available on this slot awarding up to 20 free spins with doubled payouts for a jackpot of up to 440,000 coins.”

Poker Author Signed on as Pro to

Victor Chandler, the online gambling and poker group, announced that it has signed on Roy “The Boy” Brindley to captain the Pro team of its poker arm. Brindley is a well know poker commentator who will head team VC at top poker events around the globe and meet online poker player at His first event will be the European Masters of Poker (EMOP). Andy Home, the Head of Poker at Victor Chandler said: “We are very happy to have Roy ‘The Boy’ Brindley captaining Team VC at EMOP and we are sure that his presence at the live events will have a positive effect on the performance of Team VC players.” He said that Brindley brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the table and is therefore highly capable of imparting good advice and strategies.

“Ultimately, we wish for our players to have as enjoyable a time as possible at the EMOP events as well as to be given every opportunity to succeed and we have every confidence that Roy will make that wish a reality for all concerned,” said Home.

Jackpot City Casino Opens its Hearts to Australian Flood Victims

One of the more popular online casinos, Jackpot City Casino has decided to do something worthwhile for a good charity cause and has donated $5,000 to the Queensland Premier’s Flood Relief Appeal in Australia. The floods caused loss of life, homes and property in one of the worst natural disasters to ever hit the country, and staff at Jackpot City Casino wanted to do whatever they could to help the victims. At their own initiative, they raised $2,170, which the casino promptly matched. Management then decided that proceeds to the total of $660 would be donated from the January 2011 Boomerang Australian Pokers Tournament Series held at the site.

“It is not just the fact that we here at employ a number of Australians, including myself,” said the site’s promotions and events manager, Claire Anderson. “It is the fact that human tragedy transcends country borders. We wish all of our Australian and Queensland players all the best during this trying time and hope that the AU$5,000 can be put to good use."