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Eurogrand

EuroGrand
Public (LSE: TTR)
Industry Casino
Founded 2006
Headquarters WHC 6/1 Waterport Place, Gibraltar
Products Online casino
Website http://www.eurogrand.com/

EuroGrand Casino is an online casino company, licensed in Gibraltar.[1] EuroGrand is a daughter company of William Hill , one of the world’s most respected and experienced bookmakers, with roots that go back in the UK more than 70 years.

Users have access to hundreds of animated casino games, including blackjack, roulette, video poker, slots games and online scratch cards. There is also a live casino facility, where users access a live video stream to play at a casino table being operated by a professional casino dealer. The site also operates a mobile platform, which allows users to access the site from mobile devices.

The online casino industry has grown tremendously from its inception in the late 1990s to its status in the early 21st century as one of the most lucrative Internet-based businesses.

Users can play in a variety of currencies, including Euro, U.S. dollars, Pound sterling, Canadian dollars and Australian dollars. The EuroGrand site is available in 12 different languages including English, Spanish, French and German.

EuroGrand offers a number of user promotions at any one time. Typically, they offer special bonuses for new players and users who have played consistently over a lengthy period of time.

The casino games offered by EuroGrand are developed and maintained by Playtech Software Limited, a company which is listed on the London Stock Exchange. Also is offering a mobile application both for Ios and Android.

EuroGrand is committed to regular and independent checks by leading accounting firms, to ensure that the random number generation employed by the site is free from bias.[2]

See also

External links

  • Official site

References

  1. ^ Gambling Commission Licensee
  2. ^ Independent Betting Adjudication Service (IBAS)
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