Mr Jack Vegas Casino Goes Live

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Published on:
Dec/19/2017

Mr Jack Vegas Casino is a new multi-software type online casino that recently opened its doors to players in the U.K., Germany and Sweden. The multi-software casino boasts a huge amount of games and specializes in offering the latest online slot games to slot enthusiasts.

With over 200 online slots, there's a little something for everyone at Mr Jack Vegas. There's also a wide range of table games as well as live casino games from top providers like Microgaming and NetEnt. This online casino boasts 15 different live blackjack and live roulette games.

A generous sign up bonus is waiting for those who want to come try their hand at the new casino. Players who make an initial deposit will be rewarded with a welcome bonus of up to $950, plus 95 free spins.

Mr Jack Vegas Casino takes security seriously, and players are protected by two licenses. The most prominent is the U.K. Gambling Commission License, followed by a Malta Gaming authority license. This means players are protected by the most stringent laws in the world of online casinos.

 

 

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