New slot for Lasseters

jetset

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ROARING TWENTIES THE THEME FOR LASSETERS' LATEST

Gangsters and dancers in new video slot...appropriately from the age of another US prohibition!

Lasseters online casino has stepped back in time for its most recent game release, taking slot enthusiasts on a trip to the Roaring Twenties.

The latest in animation technology brings the historic characters of the era to life, including the Keystone cops and the most infamous gangster of all, Al Capone. A spot of swing dancing and flappers lifts the mood momentarily before the barrel symbols appear, signalling the arrival of a truly explosive feature game.

The Roaring Twenties slot is the latest to be released at Lasseters on the recently launched Orbis OpenBet platform. The new multi-lingual, multi-currency software has paved the way for improved game features and functionality, further enhancing Lasseters' ability to deliver high quality games in a secure and regulated environment.

While the debates continue regarding the need for online gaming regulation, Lasseters rolls on in this their ninth year of government licensed and regulated operation. The company offers a 100 percent bonus on more than just the signup by a new player - it extends to each of the first five deposits.
 

tim5ny

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[QUOTE
further enhancing Lasseters' ability to deliver high quality games in a secure and regulated environment.

While the debates continue regarding the need for online gaming regulation, Lasseters rolls on in this their ninth year of government licensed and regulated operation. [/QUOTE]

This place has NOTHING to brag about since I've started online gambling many years ago except to gloat about how they're government licensed and regulated. Big deal! So you've got more hands in the till! More corrupt polititions to pay off than the unregulated brand. More taxes to pay. Which all means that the player suffers shitty payouts. Find me a nice win from this casino posted in the forum! Can anyone do that? No, I think not..because the place sucks for payouts. I'm speaking from alot of dollars of experience, and not just from heresay. Lasseter's Sucks!
 

Rusty

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I played there a good while back and seem to remember their slots had around 95% payout.
My memory is a little vague on this but I thought they were regulated by the Australian Goverment, is this incorrect?

It is ironic though that unregulated Casinos have the potential for higher payouts than Goverment regulated/taxed ones.
Then again they have the potential to rip you off and then give you the finger.

Things are going to get quite interesting come September
 

tim5ny

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I just hate how they've been bragging for years that they are government regulated. As though that's the only thing that matters to players.
 

me_and_ed

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I played there a good while back and seem to remember their slots had around 95% payout.
My memory is a little vague on this but I thought they were regulated by the Australian Goverment, is this incorrect?

It is ironic though that unregulated Casinos have the potential for higher payouts than Goverment regulated/taxed ones.
Then again they have the potential to rip you off and then give you the finger.

Things are going to get quite interesting come September
According to C/S just under 92% is the regulated payout.
 

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