Category: News

  • Live Three Card Poker now at Genting Casino

    Genting Casino has a big treat in store for online poker players. The online casino venue has unveiled a fantastic new game for its visitors: Live Three Card Poker. Visitors to the casino site who sign up as members can now access exclusive online poker tables with real hosts and players from across the country. […]

  • Vacation Station Slots now Available at Genting Casino!

    Summer is here and it is time to get away from it all with a relaxing ride on the Vacation Station Express! Genting Casino has unveiled a fantastic new slot game for members and new players. Vacation Station is a fast and fun nine-square slot game, with a unique approach to win lines and payouts. […]

  • Genting Casino Adds Forest of Wonders To Their Stable of Slots Games

    The world renowned Genting Casino are excited to announce the addition of Forest of Wonders slots by Playtech to their roster of online games. This five-reel, 25-line slot game is set in a magical forest and features an Alice in Wonderland-inspired theme, along with two exciting bonus rounds. The Dollar Ball side game also gives […]

  • Setting The Super Bowl Record Straight

    Super Bowl 50 may be behind us, but while we count down to the excitement of Super Bowl 51, we thought you’d like to know some interesting facts to do with everyone’s favourite American Football event. 1) It wasn’t originally called “Super Bowl” The original name was “Super Sunday”. When the NFL and AFL merged […]

  • Conte May Take Time To Settle in Unfamiliar Hot Seat

    We found ourselves in a curious position down the final stretch of this Premier League season, with two of the top football clubs having already confirmed a managerial change would take place at the end of it. Pep Guardiola will take the reins at Manchester City, while Antonio Conte has already been lined up for […]

  • 18 Years after France ’98 – What are England’s Chances at the Euros?

    The last time an England football team played in a tournament in France, Michael Owen weaved through a world class Argentinian defence and cut a peach of a goal into the top corner. Two hours later and they were heading back through the Channel Tunnel with David Beckham acting as the perennial scapegoat figure. Eighteen […]

  • Manchester United the Club to Watch When the TransferWindow Opens

    Louis Van Gaal’s two-year reign as manager of Manchester United is over, with his sacking announced just days after he masterminded the club’s first FA Cup triumph for 12 years. Jose Mourinho, if the hundreds of reports are to be believed, will step into the hot seat at Old Trafford and already speculation is mounting […]

  • American Football: A Brief Introduction For Non-Americans

    For anyone from outside the United States, American football can be a mystery, and with its relatively low popularity elsewhere, there isn’t very much incentive to try and understand it enough to enjoy it. By learning a bit more about the game, however, you can begin to see why it’s the most popular sport in […]

  • What Lessons Were Learned From England’s Success at the Six Nations?

    After the heartbreak of the 2015 Rugby World Cup, where, as if you needed reminding, Stuart Lancaster’s team were knocked out in the group stages, it was all eyes on England as they lined up for this year’s Six Nations tournament. Eddie Jones had made some noticeable changes, most obviously with Chris Robshaw relinquishing his […]

  • Get ready for Shocks and Drama at Euro 2016

    With the Premier League race exploding to a spectacular conclusion in the coming weeks, stand by your wall charts, as there is no let up with Euro 2016 almost here. With England’s unblemished qualifying performance giving the nation hope, could we really be looking at something special when it all kicks off in Paris on […]