(PRESS RELEASE) -- After six years providing top quality online gaming, Casino.com wants to show the UK why it is the only place to play.
Their new TV advert offers £20 free play to all new players in the United Kingdom, so they can try any of over 350 casino games without depositing a penny.
In Casino.com's UK TV debut, the main character asks the viewer where they would go for specific needs. For example, if you needed a suit, would you go to a fancy dress shop? Cue: businessman walking past in the background holding a briefcase but wearing a chicken costume.
Of course this plot refers to their exceptionally strong brand and coveted domain name, Casino.com. But also to their six years of experience in providing nothing but online gaming services to players.
The advert reflects the tone and values of the casino. Casino.com likes to have a bit of fun -- just like its players -– but is serious about providing first-class gaming. It will air on popular selected channels including Dave, Sky Sports, Comedy Central, ITV4 and Sky Gold.
New players from the UK can take this £20 no-deposit bonus while the advert is being aired, which will be until next year at least. All they have to do is sign up for an account and the £20 bonus will be automatically and immediately credited.
The new Casino.com member is now ready to try the casino, which is available as a download, a flash version that can be played on any computer in the browser, and of course on a mobile device.
Then, when the player is ready to deposit, their money will be doubled up to £400. They can then get another 100 percent reload up to £400 each week for seven weeks –- giving them a total of £3,200 in reload bonuses.
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