DOUGLAS, ISLE OF MAN, February 28, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- BetCity24.com is an all-inclusive portal for casinos in English
. The world of online casinos is expanding globally, with countless virtual gaming rooms and thousands of games. Online casinos included in this site support English language and many can be installed on a mobile phone, offering players access anytime, anywhere. The site offers up-to-date news about the virtual gambling world with reviews of online English language casinos, games and videos.
The Dragon Lines slot game is a three-high, five-reel game with configurations for 40, 50 or 100 play lines and features many symbols with Chinese or oriental themes, such as firecrackers and lanterns. Players join in the celebrations of the dragon to uncover great winnings; there is a large range of stacked wilds in the primary game and even more in the 10 free games feature with retriggers. If three or more scatters appear on the screen, players get 10 free spins; there is also a gamble feature available after any win, which gives players the chance to double, or even quadruple, their winnings. This slot is available in the online casino MoneyGaming
that allows it to accept bets in all countries where the online gambling industry is legally restricted.
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