|LuckyGamer.com, the skill-based tournament operator, has launched new games that let skill game players to compete against one another for cash prizes. |
Lucky Gamer’s initial offering includes seven games, based on parlor, classic board and classic video games: 9-Ball Pool, 8-Ball Pool, Chess, Backgammon, Sub Hunt, Chain Reactor and Quadrow. All can be played individually or as multi-player tournaments. Players simply purchase points to enter a tournament with as few as two players. Points are redeemable for prizes or cash.
The US-based company, which also offers prizes, trips and bonus sweep stakes says its operations are legal in almost every US State and in various countries for players over 18.
‘Online games are the third most popular activity on the Internet today. Lucky Gamer’s suite of popular casual games [will offer] gamers of every skill level to compete and win prizes and cash, meet and make new friends and have lots of fun along the way,’ says Rick Perrone, Lucky Gamer CEO.
Players can also select an Avatar or profile to represent themselves in the virtual world, create a profile web page and receive a complete complement of skill rankings, ratings and statistics.
The site claims to incorporates monitoring and anti-cheat protection features from Game Trust that provide a high level of security to ensure the integrity of each and every game. Lucky Gamer also operates LuckyGolfer.com, an online golf tournament site.