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LadyLucks Launches New Mobile Games

London, United Kingdom, May 30, 2013 --(PR.com)-- From next week, LadyLucks will offer its players two brand new mobile slots games. There are already over twenty casino games some of which are available on touch phones and some on older style handsets. All of the touch games are also playable on a tablet device which means you can have the mobile gaming experience with you all the time.

LadyLucks does not just offer mobile casino games but they offer a complete gaming experience on your phone including mobile bingo. With slots, bingo, roulette and blackjack, at LadyLucks you get the complete gambling package. The games are built in house by a team dedicated to making games just for phones and tablets and they release new exciting games regularly to keep their players happy.

Using the latest in mobile technology the games keep getting better and better as they bring in new features and bigger jackpots. There are a number of jackpot and double jackpot slots games available at the casino as well as popular casino classics roulette and blackjack. The mobile blackjack game is one of the best where you can play up to three hands against the dealer giving you more chances to win. Some of the newer slots games include War Zone Slots where you are in the theatre of war spinning for you money against symbols like grenades and sniper sites. Other fun themed games include Super Fruity slots, which is based on the traditional pub style fruit machines and Loopy Lotto Slots where there are two jackpots to be won.

LadyLucks boasts a loyal customer base, and this can be seen when you check out the social media pages for the site. Their facebook has an active and growing community where people can share wins, talk about the games and experience bespoke promotions. LadyLucks offers new players a free £5 bonus on registration and then a 100% deposit match on the first three deposits giving players up to £225 in deposit matches. This, plus their great monthly promotions, this month they are offering 2 tickets to the Ladies semi finals at Wimbledon Tennis, makes LadyLucks the place to play mobile casino games. Loyalty is rewarded and new players are always welcome to join the fantastic, friendly community.

Contact Information:
Marius Popa
07853557449
Contact via Email
http://www.ladylucks.co.uk/

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