More than half the people gambling at Internet casinos are women. So it’s not surprising that casino operators are catering to this lucrative audience segment.
Let’s look at a few Internet casinos that have gone out of their way to try to please the female gambler.
Chiseled Gladiators at Roman Casino
Roman Casino isn’t designed exclusively for women, but it is run by a female management team, and offers the best selection of toga-clad male dealers and croupiers on the Net.
When you step up to a virtual table at Roman Casino, you can scroll through the selection of dealers and pick the one to your taste.
Roman Casino is one of the easiest Internet Online Casino Singapore casinos to play — there’s no software to download and the registration process is elegantly simple. Roman Casino also offers new players a 20% sign-up incentive.
Heartbreaker Slots, Anyone?
Women’s Vegas says it’s the first online casino town created especially for women. But when the casino assures us that they’ve “taken care of every little detail right down to the color of the drapes in the gaming rooms,” it makes you wonder if the site isn’t actually operated by middle-aged men… or perhaps Mrs. Cleaver.
Whatever the case, in addition to standard casino games, Women’s Vegas offers gossip and news stories, and the “Heartbreaker” slots — complete with scantily clad men on the machines, and various body parts, like eyes and bowties, on the reels. Whoopee.
CyberCroupier, the group that manages Women’s Vegas, plans to make the site an “entire town” that will grow over time as casinos are added to The Strip. The different casinos will provide women-specific content, including regularly updated news and gossip, health, fashion, and beauty tips, and promotions for products and services that are related to the theme of the particular casino.
Treasure Nile Win Breaks Jackpot Record
Internet Wire – Launched just three weeks ago, Treasure Nile, the Internet’s first 9-line 5-reel progressive slot, has paid out the biggest progressive jackpot ever won online. Software engineer Olivier C. won the unprecedented $389,843.85 jackpot while playing the game at Lucky Nugget Casino on August 4th.
“I suppose I am one of the luckiest guys in the world. It’s a very good feeling!” enthused Olivier. “I plan on investing some of the money to give me some security, as well as giving some to family. I will also buy a dark blue Audi!”
This record-breaking jackpot is the third huge jackpot paid out since the games launch only last month. Suzanne G. won $104,989.56 at Lucky Nugget Casino on July 16th and Linda W. won $150,391.60 at The River Belle on July 23rd.
$685,424.39 has already been paid out by Treasure Nile in jackpot payouts to date, although it still has a long way to go to catch up with the jackpot payout totals on the other six progressive games in the Jackpot Madness network. The network boasts total jackpot payouts of over $37 million, with $1,281,445.26 paid out on its flagship Cash Splash game last month alone.
“Watching the jackpot counter whiz past $350,000 was very exciting. To have a successful game not only must it have large jackpots but also it must pay out regularly,” said Marilyn Glazier, Director of Public Relations for Jackpot Madness.
Treasure Nile, an Egyptian-themed progressive, is the newest addition to the Jackpot Madness family. Featuring nine lines and 5 reels, the unprecedented progressive is already popular among online gaming enthusiasts as witnessed by the rapidly escalating jackpot totals. Treasure Nile accumulates deposits from players on the Treasure Nile slots at all participating casinos, creating constant, unmatched jackpots.
Powered by Microgaming’s trusted software, Treasure Nile is also backed by PlayCheck which enables players to obtain a complete history of their game play for up to 7 days after they have finished playing.