Scarface Online Casino Game World Wide Launch from Leo Vegas

Published Friday, May 04, 2012 - Online-Casinos.com

Online and Mobile casino LeoVegas.com has just scored big with the world wide launch of the casino slot game Scarface. The web site has just produced a video promotion of the Scarface casino game that includes Al Pacino. The producers of the promo advertisement is PAM of Sweden which is a full service producer of communication solutions with a great deal of experience in online gaming in regulated markets.

Based on the Brian de Palma classic movie which came out in 1983 the online and mobile casino game is full of the thrills, glamour, money and action just as in the film. Leo Vegas International, is based in Malta and features games from five high end software providers among them Net Entertainment which produced the slot game for the market. Universal has provided a license for the use of the Scarface images and concept.

Philip Kellin a Leo Vegas spokesperson commented on the game, “The Scarface game is very impressive, and our commercial intends to match the mix of super stars, riches and fantastic gaming pleasure”. Mery Blomqvist, Director PAM Of Sweden which pulled out all the stops when putting together the interesting advertizing video said, “We are very excited to enter the collaboration with the frontrunner in mobile gaming LeoVegas.com for producing international commercial concepts,”

Leo Vegas is considered one of the most popular and advanced mobile casino in Europe today. Along with the new addition of Tony Montana and Scarface Leo Vegas.com has many other familiar heroes such as Lara Croft, Frodo and Sam, The Incredible Hulk, Anna Chapman in their portfolio of excitement. Roulette, blackjack, baccarat all the classical casino games live on in online splendor that evokes the same experiences that places like Las Vegas or Monte Carlo brings to mind. Leo Vegas lets you play the game just for fun to get your feet wet, sort of speak, Leo Vegas also offers a huge sign up bonus, check it out.

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