Checking Out Hot New Casino Start-ups Around the Globe
Online gambling is an area where changes are coming thick and fast, with new brands appearing out of nowhere to create huge customer bases, and established casinos finding the going hard due to upstart competitors. And the booming industry doesn’t seem to stop. Statista reports indicates a worldwide market growth the coming years ahead as well.
As players, this is all great news. We can experiment with the start-up’s we like the look of, take advantage of their bonus deals for new members, then either move on or stay put and explore the games on offer.
However, with new casinos popping up around the world on a weekly basis, it’s sometimes hard to keep up. So here are three of our picks for new online casinos you won’t want to miss.
Yes, that Hard Rock. The famous restaurant and hotel chain is entering the world of online casinos, and it’s a significant move. Why? Because the Hard Rock online casino is one of the first to originate in the United States, which has traditionally sought to limit the growth of online gambling.
Based in the state of New Jersey, Hardrockcasino.com opened with a blitz of fireworks and rock music at the Hard Rock Atlantic City Hotel on 28th June 2018. It should be open as you read this, and will specialise in slots and roulette to start with. Look out for live games hosted in Atlantic City itself, as the casino seeks to capitalise on the Hard Rock brand.
Newly launched Dreamz.com is the creation of a group of passionate casino fans, which truly shines through their end-product. You can clearly notice they put a lot of effort in personalisation, UX with a focus on mobile casino gaming. They also clearly state they will be on top when it comes to responsibly gaming, which always is good indicator for gambling sites.
Neat parts of Dreamz is the ability to easily search online slots to find machines with the features you need. So, if you like games with random wilds, you can filter your search instantly. With a huge selection of slots available, it’s an intelligent, user-friendly touch.
Almost all online casinos seek to recreate a slice of the glamour of Las Vegas, and new startup dreamvegas.com seems to have done better than most. Dubbing itself the “ultimate place for luxury, entertainment and indulgence”, it might not be able to live up to the hype, but it does pretty well.
With slots from 20 industry-leading developers, apps for desktops, mobiles laptops and tablets and payment options which include e-wallets like Neteller and Skrill, it has a few premium features which many online casinos lack. The tongue-in-cheek luxury vibe should be entertaining as well.