Along with Gaming Club Casino, Platinum Play Casino, The River Belle Casino, Royal Vegas Casino, Jackpot City Casino and Spin Palace Casino, All Slots Casino is another great online casino which also welcomes Australian players. This alternative casino is powered by award-winning Microgaming software and it has been operating since 2002.
Licensed by the Lotteries and Gaming Authority of Malta, All Slots Casino also has the eCOGRA Safe and Fair seal of approval and it is controlled by a company called Jackpot Factory Group, which also manages another great Australian online casino called All Jackpots Casino. Towards the end of April, details were published on the site which revealed the biggest winners of the month in April and many of these winners were in fact Australian players.
Player Lara H. from Morphett Vale, which is a suburb of Adelaide, became April’s ‘Top Table Game Winner’ when she netted a cool AU$9,680 while playing on a popular game called Poker Ride. This player actually featured twice in the list of Top April Winners. She also managed to win a AU$5,000 jackpot while playing Keno. These two wins for Lara earned her the ‘Top Other Games Winner’ award as well as the ‘Top Table Games’ award.
The ‘Top Mobile Winner’ and also the ‘Top Overall Winners’ awards went to several Australians. Helen R. from Frankston (a suburb of Melbourne), won two huge prizes. Both of her prizes came while playing on the mobile version of Avalon. Her first big prize was worth AU$54,650 and her second prize was worth AU$53,950.00.
The luckiest player last month though was player Brett G. who is also from Melbourne. He was playing on his mobile device on a mobile pokie called Break da Bank Again when he netted a staggering AU$94,850.00 – the largest win at All Slots Casino in April.
Two other notable Australians who also won big here last month included player Paul J. from Darwin. While playing on the recently released Girls with Guns 2 pokie, this lucky player netted himself AU$14,976 while this slot was still less than two weeks old and this earned him the ‘Top New Games’ award.
There was also Francis S. from Glebe, which is a suburb of Sydney. She signed up to the casino on March 31st and then just three days later she won AU$3,729 while playing on a tennis themed pokie called Centre Court. Less than two weeks later, she won a further AU$10,125 on a branded pokie called Hitman. Winning these big prizes within such a short period time of having signed up here earned Francis ‘The Beginner’s Luck’ award.