|March 29, 2006 (Las Vegas, NV) – A mystery music celebrity has won a big casino jackpot at Aces.com, but respecting the winner’s privacy, the retro-Vegas gambling site won't say who the winner actually is. Just like Vegas, what happens at Aces.com stays at Aces.com.|
Aces.com provided a backstage poker table at the Radio Music Awards in Las Vegas recently. An Aces.com account with $5000 pre-deposited was included in the booty that the performers and award winners received that evening. One of the celebrity account holders has been playing at Aces.com since then and recently won $32K playing online casino games.
“Our players never know if the person next to them at the Blackjack table or Roulette wheel is someone famous!” says Rene Quesada, the Aces.com Manager that handles all celebrity accounts. “Snoop Dogg, Deborah Gibson, the Backstreet Boys’ Howie Dorough and Brian Littrell, Lauren Holly, Michael Buble, Vida Guerra and many more performers and celebrities were all partying with us at the Awards show – it could be any one of them.”
Photos from backstage at the Radio Music Awards: http://www.aces.com/gallery.
While Aces.com’s casino games and poker rooms are always popular, this week, as March Madness culminates in the Final Four championship, the action is focused on the sportsbook.
“We’re just like Vegas,” said Quesada, “At the hotels on the strip, you don’t just bet on who will win. They offer tons of team and players betting propositions and so do we.”
Whoever the mystery celebrity winner is, they seem to be on a roll. If they’re a sports fan, they might want to put some of that casino jackpot on the Final Four.
For more on the celebrity poker winner or Aces.com’s NCAA Final Four odds & props and Vegas-style March Madness action, please contact:
Larry Colcy, Lyceum Media
Aces.com has taken over $8 billion in sports and casino wagers since going online in 1997. This year, the retro Vegas-style casino, sportsbook and poker site has accepted over $3 billion in wagers from its nearly one million players. Acquired in 2001 by Sportingbet Plc, a publicly traded UK company, Aces.com is part of the world’s largest internet gaming company. Transparency and accountability provide safety and security for customers. Audited by BDO Stoy Hayward, one of the largest auditing firms in London, accounts are published quarterly on the London Exchange.
This notice is provided for information only and should not be considered advice.