AFFCoins Online Casino Brands Rockbet, Slots Jackpot Re-enter US Market

Written by:
Aaron Goldstein
Published on:
Mar/30/2013
AFFCoins Online Casino Brands Rockbet, Slots Jackpot Re-enter US Market

In a sign of good things to come we suppose, the AFFCoins online casino group, which includes Rockbet Casino, Vegas Days Casino, Casino Fiz, Tradition Casino and Slots Jackpot, have re-entered the US market offering real money play. 

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The AFFCoins brands utilize Rival online casino software and occasionally offer no deposit bonuses.  A typical bonus at Rockbet Casino would be 100 percent on an initial deposit up to $750 so one can open an online account with $750 and receive an additional FREE $750 in which to play with. 

US gamblers and affiliates alike have had a limited variety of online casinos to choose from in recent years due to a Government crackdown.  Over the past year, the US has begun to slowly embrace Web gambling, primarily on a state-by-state basis that has seen three states pass laws legalizing the activity.  There is also a grassroots effort underway to have online gambling decriminalized in the state of Washington.

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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