Free Bonuses and a PayPalTogel Hongkong Lottery

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Free Bonuses and a PayPalTogel Hongkong Lottery

Orbital offers players the impressive choice of 39 download or no-download Flash games, in addition to Jackpot Madness progressive slots jackpots like Cash Splash, Fruit Fiesta and LotsaLoot.

In addition to the great selection of games, Orbital has a free $110 bonus. You’ll get $10 free on sign-up and a 100% bonus up to $100. Players can track their wagers with PlayCheck and financial transactions with CashCheck.

Orbital accepts FirePay, PayPal, Visa, MasterCard, ACH, and wire transfer, and the casino has 24/7 support. Payouts are reviewed by PricewaterhouseCoopers.

Sands of the Caribbean

Sands of the Caribbean offers the choice of a Lite- or full version of the casino download package, with the option of adding games later on.

Players will find all their favorites at Sands of the Caribbean, as well as the Jackpot Mania progressive slots jackpots. The Spice Island Poker jackpot is more than $186,000 and Rags to Riches will pass through $150,000 before long, so be sure to check it out.

Sands also has some excellent bonuses. Deposit $100 and get $50 every month or earn a 10% bonus for wire transfers, money orders, and certified checks. There’s also a $20 referral bonus, in addition to four $25 winners randomly drawn each week and 10 $100 monthly draw winners.

Last but not least, the casino is giving away free cell phones to new members.

Colosseum Casino

Players can get up to $100 at Colosseum. Earn $10 free on sign-up with no purchase required, along with a 100% match bonus up to $70 and a $20 bonus if your initial purchase at Colosseum is made with FirePay or PayPal.

That’s not all. There’s a 10% bonus on all ACH or Western Union purchases over $100, and a chance to win $10,000 in the PayPal lottery.

Colosseum hosts the Jackpot Madness progressive slots jackpots and payouts are reviewed by PricewaterhouseCoopers. The casino is licensed by the Kahnawake Gaming Commission.

The Latest Online Gambling News Headlines

Here are a few items that made the news over the past week.

From the ‘watch where you bet’ files: A U.S. teenager has agreed to return some of the $900,000 he allegedly made running an online sports betting scam.

Federal securities regulators in the States believe the 17-year-old bilked investors of more than $1 million through his Invest Better 2001 web site and bulletin board.

The teen promised risk-free investments for people who gave him their savings, and guaranteed returns of 125 percent to 2,500 percent. This money was then bet on sporting events through a Costa Rican sports betting site.

Down in the South Pacific, Vanuatu Internet Data Centre Togel Hongkong has announced that it will be launching a Sammy Davis Jr.-branded online casino.

Davis, who was a member of the legendary Rat Pack, died in 1990 but his wife signed a licensing agreement with marketers The LaRoda Group and Gaming & Entertainment Technology Inc. that allows them to use his likeness for the site.

The casino is expected to open in March. U.S. residents will not be able to make real-money bets, but will be able to collect points redeemable for Sammy Davis Jr. memorabilia.

The big news of the past week was William Hill’s decision to block U.S. customers from making bets on its sportsbook after January 31.

The company has said that it will no longer be taking sports bets from America because of the 1961 Wire Act’s ban on placing these types of wagers over telephone lines.

U.S. players will be able to withdraw money from their accounts after January 31 but will not be able to place bets or deposit money. They will, however, still be able to make bets at the William Hill online casino. Bettors in other parts of the world remain unaffected.