Bwin.party Subsidiary Delivers New Games For Tribal Gambling App

Win Interactive releases game to Slots Craze app for California tribe-owned Thunder Valley Casino

The games deal signed earlier this year between Bwin.Party subsidiary Win Interactive and Thunder Valley Casino Resort owners United Auburn Indian Community in California (see previous InfoPowa report) has seen the first Win Interactive game delivered to the Slots Craze app.
The game is now available on Facebook, iOS and Android, with Thunder Valley's general manager, Dawn Clayton, revealing that the Slots Craze social casino offering has proved extremely popular with guests at her resort, giving them an innovative and entertaining way to earn online and mobile loyalty and other rewards.
"Thunder Rewards earned online through the Slots Craze social casino game will be redeemable for dining, gift shop, hotel, gaming and other rewards at Thunder Valley Casino Resort," Clayton explained.
Barak Rabinowitz, CEO at Win Interactive said that Slots Craze players will have access to an increasingly wide choice of games, and that his company has more in the pipeline.

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