All Slots--which calls itself the best online slots casino on the Web--has added a newly renovated Viper lobby design to its website, enhancing the online casino gaming experience for its players, to be launched sometime this month.
Some of the benefits of the new Viper lobby include simplified navigation, less wait/load time, a favorite games menu, and an interactive “Getting Started” section for new players.
The company is concerned that its featured games won’t get the attention they deserve, so the site has also been updated to include new promotions and such so that featured games will have a place to shine.
All Slots has additionally revealed a new offering for its Swedish players: users with smartphones will now have access to 14 different mobile casino games in full high-definition in their own language with All Slots Casino.
Although the company is concerned with growth and updates, it has experienced a great deal of success recently.
All Slots launched in 2000, and is a part of the Jackpot Factory, a respected group of casinos. The online gaming hub offers 200-plus online slots games, and a few key games have hit it big.
Mega Moolah, a lottery or jackpot “instant millionaire” themed game hosted on the online casino’s HTML5 mobile platform, has reached well over the $5 million mark and its popularity keeps climbing.
Mega Moolah became a fast favorite on Android (News - Alert) AIR, Flash, Java, Viper and WebApp, offering a real chance to win a seven-figure payday; its smooth graphics and animation have a lure that All Slots hopes to mimic in its Viper lobby update.
All Slots has quite the reputation, having won multiple online gambling awards such as Online Gambling Insider’s “Best Slots Casino,” Casino Man’s “Best Slot and Best Online Casino,” and Top Gambler’s “Best Slots Casino” and “Best Online Casino Overall.”
The new lobby is a part of the effort to keep All Slots’ place at the top--the company consistently adds new games and updates, in accordance with its mission: “to provide the highest quality gaming entertainment to our players in an online environment that is safe, secure, fair, and fun.”
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Edited by Brooke Neuman