Trophy Vegas Social Gaming Site Takes Plunge Into Real Money Casino Space

Written by:
Aaron Goldstein
Published on:
Nov/28/2012
Trophy Vegas Social Gaming Site Takes Plunge Into Real Money Casino Space

Trophy Vegas, in conjunction with its Facebook application Trophy Slots, is the latest social gaming site to begin offering real money casino play.

Trophy Slots was launched earlier this year as a social slots game, featuring 10 popular slots titles.  To date, the Trophy Slots Facebook page had 37,803 likes.

The site is launching on the Cash Ball Network, which has held an Isle of Man gaming license since 2009.  The Isle of Man is considered the industry gold standard when it comes to licensing of online gambling companies including Gambling911.com marquee sponsor Camasino.com, which last week launched its own real money casino

“The addition of Trophy Vegas to our stable of online casinos brings an exciting prospect for Cash Ball to be involved with the emerging cross-over between social and online gaming,” said Louise Cary, marketing manager for Cash Ball. “By utilising our proprietary monetisation and marketing platform, we have a unique opportunity to work with Trophy Slots to bring these two revenue streams together, while maximising player value and satisfaction across both channels.”

Lulu Jones, marketing manager at Trophy Slots added:  “We take player security extremely seriously and, as the line between social gaming and gambling brands blurs, we believe that proper regulation is more important than ever,” she said. “Reputable gaming licences from jurisdictions such as the Isle of Man afford players the highest levels of protection.”

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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