LONDON, December 22, 2011 /PRNewswire/ --
Online gaming franchise is inspired by the Wild West in its latest 5-reel slot machine game
Online gaming lovers better saddle up and get their show on the road, for Sky Vegas continues to explore the new frontiers of casino games with the launch of its latest one-player slot machine, Lone Ranger.
The gaming branch of the gargantuan entertainment empire is calling Lone Ranger another 'iconic 5-reel 20-line' slot machine, one to match up to other new launch Rainbow King.
It's every man for himself out there in the wild wild west of online gaming, but ever the generous types, Sky Vegas is also throwing in £500 welcome bonuses to all newcomers to the online casino community.
And with the chance to bet from as little as 1p a turn, Sky Vegas is expecting big returns for players, and the company alike, as the popularity of online casinos seems to be going through its own yee-haw.
Indeed, with nearly £2 billion paid out since its inception, 2011 has proved a busy year. This continues into December, in which Sky Vegas has paid out over £13 million in the last seven days.
Players can put in bets from 1p up to £500, with the added incentive of big cash prizes and the chance to up the stakes with a mosey down to the Hi-Ho Silver Free Spin Saloon.
You can swagger through the saloon's double doors if you get 3 or more Free Spins Saloon symbols on your spins. Barrels are shot to eliminate Free Spins values before being offered a number of Free Spins.
Once you're in the thick of it, firing away, bourbon in hand, any Free Spins awarded send the player to the enriched Free Spins Reels where players can also take advantage of other bonus features and prizes.
For more information or to sign up and start playing, go to:http://www.skyvegas.com/vegas?action=GoGameInfo&name=LoneRanger&tracking=homecentralcatallthebestfeatured
About Sky Vegas
Sky Vegas is the online casino division of BSkyB. Established in March 2003, it now boasts more than 200 games including slots games, table games, instant win games, penny arcade and community games. Sky Vegas does not accept customers from the USA and operates fully within UK law under a licence issued by the Alderney Gambling Control Commission.
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