LONDON, March 7, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- In allowing player vs player betting, sites such as Betfair have revolutionised online betting. Gaming players are now looking for player vs player scenarios but want something more than unimaginative variants of Bingo, Poker, Online Roulette and Casino says Andrew Denbigh, CEO of 'One in a Million'.
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So convinced of this was Andrew, that he gave up his job in recruitment and came up with a game which boasted the best odds ever for winning online. It's over a year since he set of in pursuit of his goal and his original 'One in a Million' game finally launched at the weekend.
When asked, Andrew stated that the hardest challenge was meeting the regulations of the UK gambling commission license. He said that despite such challenges he was determined to get a UK license because it means that players can trust the game.
Andrew described 'One in a Million' (http://www.oiam.co.uk/) as a player vs player game with a big money jackpot. The total prize pools paid out after each game are GBP10,000, GBP100,000 and GBP1miliion. Users control the game and decide on the level of risk they take.
'One in a Million' is based on a virtual auditorium in which players buy seats. Each seat has a value varying from 1p to GBP1, dependent upon the game prize pool selected. Once play starts a number of random elimination rounds take place. After each round the value of the remaining seats increases. The player has to decide between each elimination round whether now is the right time to collect or if they should continue to the next round for a bigger reward.
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SOURCE One in a Million Gaming Limited