BoyleSports get New Games as their Lotto Players get Lucky

The NetEnt-owned game development studio Red Tiger has made its portfolio of slots available to customers of Irish independent bookmaker and leading online casino/sportsbook BoyleSports.

A freshly signed deal sees Red Tiger become the exclusive provider of BoyleSports recently revamped ‘Vegas’ tab on the excellent Boylesports.com site. Consequently new and existing BoyleSports customers can now play Red Tiger’s Daily Drop Jackpots Network and popular games such as Dragon’s Luck, Mystery Reels and Pirates’ Plenty – Battle for Gold. 

Speaking about the new partnership Red Tiger commercial director Chris Looney said:  We are delighted to go live with BoyleSports, who have a proud history, strong brand and large customer base. It is particularly pleasing to become the exclusive provider for its updated Vegas tab, where players can now access not only our slots but our sought-after jackpot network.”

The all-new Druids Dream, one of the games you can now play at BoyleSports Vegas

Meanwhile, talking on behalf of BoyleSports its head of gaming Steve Payne said: “Red Tiger is the perfect partner for us and there is no company better placed to become the exclusive provider on our Vegas tab.  There is no doubt that Red Tiger’s innovative game portfolio and Daily Drop Jackpots Network will fit in perfectly with our player-friendly product offering.”

UK Ban on Credit Cards

With a strong customer base in its home country BoyleSports is not expected to be greatly affected by the ban on credit cards being used to place bets in Britain.  New legislation means gamblers in Britain will not be allowed to use their credit cards to place bets from April 14 (a reminder the Grand National is scheduled for April 4th). 

From then on accounts can only be funded by cash, debit cards, PaySafe, PayPal etc however the new rule is not UK-wide as Northern Irish customers are not subject to the new rules.  Ironically credit cards will still be allowed to be used as a payment method for purchasing lottery tickets which has come in for some considerable stick in recent times as they can be legally bought by customers as young as 16.  Many believe this age is too young.

Incidentally those aged 18+ can enter a BoyleSports betting shop (or bet online) to play a vast array of lotteries from around the world and at the weekend two Boyle’s customers landed large lotto windfalls for small stakes.  Two separate bets by two separate customers in Dublin shops saw a €2 punter successfully select four numbers (3, 6, 17 and 28) that were drawn during Saturday’s Irish Lottery Main draw.  Overcoming odds of 7,500/1 they received a €15,002 windfall.  24-hours earlier a €4 punter from the Irish capital collected €6,004 for a successful wager on three numbers on Friday’s EuroMillions Plus Draw.

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