Thursday, November 13, 2008 Has No Intention of Leaving the US Market

Online casino welcomes Americans with new cash bonus and increases support for expected growth

While Microgaming online casinos have been forced to shut their doors to American players this week, confirms that it will continue to serve US players and is increasing its support staff to accommodate a flood of new players that have been blocked by their former favourite casinos.

In celebration of the decisions made by company executives, has launched a new $1000 New Player Bonus. The popular 200% deposit bonuses will remain as one of the most successful promotions the company has to offer.

Wanting to direct their friends to a casino that will accept them and process their transactions, many players are taking advantage of RomeCasino’s new “Gladiator Referral” program that gives a player 15% of his friends’ deposits.

The online casino industry was recently shocked by the news that Microgaming casino software decided to block US customers from gambling on all of their partner websites. Many feel that the move was made as a response to the recent announcement that the Bush administration will finalize the UIEGA regulations on the law passed in 2006. This may make it tougher for players to deposit and will force banks to reject transactions that they feel are online gambling related.

Some claim that the Kentucky courts directly targeted the company and their associated white labels, forcing company officials to block off Americans. It is unknown how long this will last but experts predict more companies to exit the market and focus more on European traffic. Many companies will remain in the US market and choose to adapt to the ever changing landscape.
With America’s love of ancient Rome and recent Hollywood hits focusing on the Roman Empire, has catapulted into the spotlight and has become the home to thousands of online gamblers in a very short time. Rome became one of the best online casinos for US players when they announced their flawless processing abilities.

“As any of our players will tell you,” said CEO Josh Cartu. “We process US credit card deposits better than some companies that have been around since 1998. And we will continue to do so.”