Online Casino Celebrates Launch of its Live Gaming Platform
By staff
MVP Casino has announced the official launch of its second-generation live gaming platform in conjunction with CWC Gaming in response to double digit growth at its live online casino.

Featuring smoother video, crisper sound, and sharper animated graphics, the browser-based Flash Casino allows players to have quick access to the games as there is no casino software to download. Plus, the casino can be played on both PCs and Macs, and on a variety of browsers including Internet Explorer, Netscape, Firefox, and Safari.

Explaining the need for the new software, Eddie C., casino manager for MVP Casino, stated “Player registrations at our webcam casino grew at a rate of 75% over a six month period. Players are simply demanding the transparency and fairness that only a webcam casino can offer. When we saw CWC’s new flash software, with it’s fantastic new streaming video, we knew we had to implement it as soon as possible.”

To celebrate the launch of the new flash software, for a limited time, MVP Casino is offering all players a special deposit bonus of 100% up to $100.

Eddie further explained that MVP Casino has plans to introduce blackjack tournaments in the near future. “With close to 200 people on our waiting list, we can’t wait to take live gaming to the next level. The live software just allows for fantastic interactivity between players and dealers and players and players. I know that players are going to love the experience.'

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