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September 28, 2020

Increasing the screen resolution and widening the layout

New platform for 888 casino

(UK).- 888 Casino has launched a new platform that it describes as ‘bigger, simpler and faster’ and that comes complete with a range of new features including one that allows players to personalise their view of its lobby.

888 Casino has gone where no other online casino has gone before,” read a statement from the Gibraltar-licensed site.

“From simple tab-based navigation to opening multiple games in parallel, 888 Casino is now bigger, better and faster than it ever was.”

The domain revealed that its lobby personalisation feature is a world-first and allows players to create shortcuts to their favourite games using icon or grid views that can then be saved for future use.

“Games can be browsed using either the game view, displaying the different game icons with their respective information on the right, or the grid view, which displays the games alphabetically in a tabular manor allowing you to sort the games by clicking on the table,” read the statement from 888 Casino.

“The new scrolling and filtering options make it easy finding the games you like. Use the scroll bar to browse more games or click the filtering link to view only the games that interest you.”

888 Casino also now offers clients the ability to enhance their view of its games by increasing the screen resolution and widening the layout in addition to an auto-play option for slot fans.

To celebrate the launch of its new platform, 888 Casino stated that it will be filling March with a range of giveaways that are set to hand out ‘hundreds of surprise gifts, free spins and bonuses’.

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