(Bally) Fu Dao Le - will there be a UK online version?

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I've noticed a few Bally slots making their way onto some UK sites recently, such as Lucky Tree and Dragon Spin. But the game I am really hoping to see online one day is Fu Dao Le, which I play every day whenever I go to Vegas. There is nothing about that game that I don't like; the sounds, graphics, presentation, design and most importantly the maths is all spot on and as a result the game ticks all of the boxes for me.

I know it's available on the Jackpot Party Casino Slots app and that it's a very authentic reproduction, but playing for points is not the same as playing for real money.

Would anyone happen to know whether an online version of this game is in the pipeline for the UK?
 

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I've noticed a few Bally slots making their way onto some UK sites recently, such as Lucky Tree and Dragon Spin. But the game I am really hoping to see online one day is Fu Dao Le, which I play every day whenever I go to Vegas. There is nothing about that game that I don't like; the sounds, graphics, presentation, design and most importantly the maths is all spot on and as a result the game ticks all of the boxes for me.

I know it's available on the Jackpot Party Casino Slots app and that it's a very authentic reproduction, but playing for points is not the same as playing for real money.

Would anyone happen to know whether an online version of this game is in the pipeline for the UK?

I would be very surprised if they don't...
 

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I've noticed a few Bally slots making their way onto some UK sites recently, such as Lucky Tree and Dragon Spin. But the game I am really hoping to see online one day is Fu Dao Le, which I play every day whenever I go to Vegas. There is nothing about that game that I don't like; the sounds, graphics, presentation, design and most importantly the maths is all spot on and as a result the game ticks all of the boxes for me.

I know it's available on the Jackpot Party Casino Slots app and that it's a very authentic reproduction, but playing for points is not the same as playing for real money.

Would anyone happen to know whether an online version of this game is in the pipeline for the UK?

Yes, there will be one this year. 243 ways of hell, Have Good Fortune in Chinese?
 
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