Casino.com has recently released its mobile version in Italian. Operated by the same dedicated team as Casino.com, this exciting news brings Italian players the same level of service and entertainment straight to their mobile devices so they can play whenever, wherever.
Italian mobile players can enjoy all the casino classics: roulette, slots, blackjack, scratch cards and more. All of these games are available on the following devices: Apple iPod touch, iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPad, iPad 2, iPad 3 and Android OS version 2.2 and 2.3x.
Casino.com mobile was designed to be simple. No download is required and players who already have a Casino.com account can use their existing login details and password. They will also see their balance and have the option to deposit or withdraw as usual. New players can click on "My Menu" or click Join and Play", followed by signing up for a free account. They will receive a confirmation SMS twenty four hours after joining.
Casino.com's Italian mobile portal welcomes new players with a bonus of $/€/£3200, including weekly reloads. Not only that, Casino.com mobile players receive exclusive promotions. "Happy Monday" grants certain lucky players $500 straight to their account. Moreover, at the end of the month, they are entitled to receive 50 percent of their bonus, up to $/€/£50. In addition to these exclusive promotions, players can enjoy all Casino.com promotions from their mobile devices.
Casino.com is part of The Mansion Group of online casinos and is registered and regulated in Gibraltar. It provides its players with a safe and secure casino environment with 24/7, multilingual customer service.
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