he sites with the new languages will offer the same options for which OPA English version has a strong reputation. It includes information articles on online casino games, the latest regional and international news and general assessments of casinos made by users.
With regards to the launching of the different languages, OPA Writer-in-Chief, Marty Dershwin, says: "Our aim is to offer Spanish, German, French and Italian players the same services that our readers enjoy in English. From the players’ point of view, our
approach to the online games of chance information is something that still does not exist in the European market.”
The Online Players’ Association (OPA) was originally developed in Englsh as a way to check the player feedback, an unusual concept at that moment. The concept of allowing players to ellaborate assessments on casinos has not only proved to be popular but also visionary. Many online casino sites are now trying to do the same.
Future website developments in OPA languages include the incorporation of a fun and instructive games of chance blog, and a section completely dedicated to casino tips compiled by former players.