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PR Jackpot Factory New Interactive Casino Lobby

Discussion in 'Casino Industry Discussion' started by Casinomeister, Feb 7, 2007.

    Feb 7, 2007
  1. Casinomeister

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    Jackpot Factory Cuts the Ribbon on its New Interactive Casino Lobby

    All Slots Casino becomes the first Jackpot Factory casino to feature the innovative look


    February 7, 2007 – Kahnawake, Canada – The Jackpot Factory jackpotfactory.com, a leading online casino group known for first-rate customer support and a wealth of games, revealed that All Slots Casino allslots.com has launched a brand new, futuristic Viper casino lobby. Powered by Microgaming, the world’s largest online gaming software provider, the Jackpot Factory is again at the forefront of another advancement in the online casino industry.

    The new interactive Viper casino lobby was developed by Microgaming with the aid of substantial research and countless player interviews. The new lobby transforms the traditional lobby into a wonderful visual display of games, making the online gaming experience even more enjoyable.

    “Currently available at All Slots Casino, the new Viper lobby sets the benchmark for online casino fun,” said David Brickman, Spokesperson for the Jackpot Factory. “Next generation casinos are here at the Jackpot Factory and that gives us a real competitive edge.

    “Microgaming continues to lead the way with innovative ideas and that is exactly why we are partners with them. This solidifies us as one of the world’s leading online casino groups.”


    Players at other Jackpot Factory casinos – All Jackpots Casino, First Web Casino, Wild Jack Casino, and The VIP Lounge Casino – can expect to see this new innovation implemented in the future. As for now, new players are welcomed to All Slots Casino, where they can immediately qualify for a lucrative sign up bonus.


    “All Slots is packed with nearly 300 top quality online casino games, and now players can explore all of the exciting games with ease,” added Brickman.

    About the Jackpot Factory Group

    With over $4 billion in payouts since its launch, the Jackpot Factory Group is a leading online casino group. Using Microgaming technology, the Jackpot Factory Group offers the largest and latest selection of games and as a member of eCOGRA, the group prides itself on customer support, fast payouts, and honest play. Members include: All Slots Casino, All Jackpots Casino, First Web Casino, Wild Jack Gaming, and The VIP Lounge Casino.

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    Last edited: Feb 8, 2007
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  3. vinylweatherman

    vinylweatherman You type well loads CAG MM

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    F+*&^% Brilliant.

    I don't think.

    I launched All Slots to have a look, and got the usual update launch...



    Then..... nothing hapened:mad:

    I went off and made a drink & checked the telly, and found my hard drive acting up, abd finally discovered a TRIPLE LAUNCH and a prolonged wait while the progress bar crept slowly up. Finally, I got to see the lobby, and funnily enough for MG, I found half the games back in "need to download again" mode. Double glazed winsows prevented an act of defenestration, so I persevered, leaving the PC for a further half hour while it downloaded the games I should already have. In the end, after a bit of playing around, I got the lobby working. It takes AGES to react when clicking on the icons for a new category, and getting back to the main list is not as obvious as before. The "switch view" function is great though, I can go back to the old list based view, but it is enhanced. A new parameter has been introduced, "temperature". It is an indication of when the jackpot last paid out on a game. While it is not a predictive tool, some games are revealed to have NEVER paid out, new games expectedly, but unexpectedly a couple of the progressives of old have >999, meaning they have not paid since launch.

    Once I grew tired, I exited, to find that the new lobby had corrupted my desktop:mad: NO taskbar, and no ability to access functions other than right click on desktop. I used this to force my graphics drivers to reset, which restored the desktop. Now I find that no other MG casino works at all in full screen mode. Installing All Slots new lobby forced all other MGs into "window mode", and has further disabled the "full screen" setting. When I click on "full screen" the casino flickers but remains in window mode, the "full screen" also becomes unchecked again.

    This is great, provided the only casino you like is All Slots, but to play the others, either they are going to have to upgrade very quickly to the new lobby, or I am going to have to get rid of All Slots temporarily till all MG casinos use the new lobby (took a couple of months last time).
     

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