PokerStars release new online casino games across Europe. The new games are part of Amaya’s ongoing plan to offer a wider range of online and mobile games.
The large range of new games from Amaya ensures that online gambling players can find the game that they want on PokerStars online casino. This is big gambling news as PokerStars players can now access an assortment of poker games offering different stakes. The games include several different kinds of video poker, including Deuces Wild and Double Bonus.
In addition to new poker games, there is also a number of new online blackjack and online slot games that have been released in both desktop and mobile versions. The introduction of multiplayer blackjack, which allows users to play Blackjack on their cellphones with their friends on the same table, is big mobile betting news.
PokerStars release new casino games and make other changes in Spain, Italy
In addition to the new games, there have been other changes made to PokerStars online casino for Spanish and Italian players. Slots are now accessible on the desktop version of PokerStars’ Spanish website, which considerably expands the variety of games available. Previously, only table casino games like Roulette were available in Spain.
Says Sam Hobcraft, Director of Casino for Pokerstars and Full Tilt: “Slots are the most popular casino games on PokerStars globally, and we’re happy to now offer some of the most popular titles in the world to Spanish players.”
In Italy gambling news, Italian poker players can now interact with both fellow players and live dealers in Roulette and Blackjack games. This makes Italy is the third country to have Live Casino, following its successful introduction to the Spanish and American online casino market earlier this year.
PokerStars online casino operates the world’s most popular online poker rooms. In compliance with US gambling laws, it is now in the process of being reintroduced to the New Jersey online poker market. To read more about the successful online poker operator take a look at GamingZion’s PokerStars review