TopJack Online iGames Moves Forward With Another Deal

Published Sunday, July 01, 2012 - Online-Casinos.com

It isn’t that often that a new business finds success in spades in a few short months. That’s the case for online games developer TopJack games, which has recently announced it has signed a deal with uWinBingo.com, the third white-label agreement since its launch just three weeks ago.

A recent story in the Online-Casinos.com latest news archives presents TopJack Games as a real mover and shaker after it reported an agreement with white label web site Eseguire Limited only a week after the firm launched its product. Topjack Games, which is insured by Lloyd's of London, offers both players and partners access to multi-million instant win jackpots on slots, instant lottery, keno, video poker, blackjack, roulette and bingo that do not require player liquidity or jackpot seeding. A spokesperson for uWinBingo.com commented on the agreement, “We are looking forward to advertising the world’s first €2 million jackpot. By the end of 2012, Topjack Games will provide jackpots at both €5 million and in 2013 jackpots of €10 million,” adding the spokesperson continued, “This unique product will really help us retain, acquire, and convert players. Topjack clearly understands the marketplace and its operators and has developed a product that we can really use.”

Nick Lynes, founder of Topjack Games also commented, , “We launched only a few weeks ago and have enjoyed a huge amount of interest and have signed a white label deal every week. Our partners see the benefit of being first to market with our instant win multi-million & multi-currency jackpots.” Lynes, concluded, “We are the first company to offer mega instant jackpots on all games not just slots and we have much bigger jackpot prizes and games to come.” TopJack Games uses only the best third party suppliers. Utilizing IBM and CISCO components the system has high priority support. Approved by VISA, MasterCard and all the mainstream online wallets, TopJack accepts bank transfers from more than 50 high street banks.

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