Monthly Archives: October 2008

Largest Single Jackpot of more than $250,000 paid out at Everest Casino

Everest Casino

The game was Jackhammer Jackpot. The winner was K.P. from France. And the story was both unbelievable and inspiring.

K.P. was new to online gaming, having only registered her Everest Casino account in March. The Jackhammer slots game was virtually new to Everest as well, having been released in August 2008. And with one single pull of the slot machine lever, K.P. went from counting every dollar spent to more serious worries – worrying about how to spend all that money.

“I guess I will be reimbursing my house’s mortgage… Or maybe I will sell it back and buy a new, prettier one… Or maybe I’ll just try to live better every day, and stop counting money all the time — I don’t know yet!” K.P. said in an interview with Everest Casino.

Whatever her decision, one thing is for certain, she will not be playing anywhere else other than Everest Casino for a long, long time.

Sign up with Everest Casino and double your deposit (100% Match up to $100). Spread the word about it to your friends and earn extra cash.

Unibet – £10 Correct Score Bonus

Unibet is giving away a free £10 bonus to a select few Players.

How can you cash in on the free bonus?

It’s simple. Place a minimum £2 bet on the correct score in the soccer game between England vs. Kazakhstan on Saturday 11th October and if the first bet you place is a winner, Unibet will credit you with an additional £10.

If you haven’t yet played at Unibet, now’s the time to do so. Don’t miss out on Unibet’s £10 Correct Score Bonus. Register now.

Advertising Ban Lifted in Two Australian States

This just hot off the press guys!!

The governments of Victoria and New South Wales in Australia announced that the ban on advertising by interstate bookmakers will be lifted. This means that bookmakers in these states will be permitted to advertise across borders. This is potentially great news for not only the bookmakers in these states but also for Betfair, who have been waiting a considerable amount of time to promote their business through advertising in the Victoria and NSW markets.

The change in legislation is geared at allowing better regulation of advertising by bookmakers and providing “new revenue streams for racing clubs in both states through advertising and race sponsorship.”

The restrictions on overseas bookmakers would still remain and, as well, the racefields legislation, the latter of which requires theinterstate operators to pay a fee to race clubs in order to use their fields; a long-held controversial topic amongst the corporate bookmakers.