Posted by Emmet
On March 12, 2014

Slots Magic at Jackpot Party


We’ve seen it happen before. That’s right just like Marathon and Snickers in the 1990s Jackpot Party have changed their name to Slots Magic.

This isn’t just about a cosmetic change this is also down to the fact that there’s been some changes in the management at this top class with SkillOnNet taking over the reigns of this top award-winning operator.

If you had an account at Jackpot Party, then don’t worry – your money will still be there alongside your favourite slot machines like Zeus and Kronos.

You just have to log on with your usual account details and you’ll be taken to your money, which you can then spend on any games as you see fit. Slots Magic has everything you could enjoy whilst you were playing at Jackpot Party… And a whole lot more.

In addition to the cool slot machines, which still include the superb Wizard of Oz slots like Wicked Riches, Ruby Slippers and the original Wizard of Oz game, there are loads of table games like European Pro Roulette and a ton of different versions of Blackjack.

If it’s gambling you’re after then there’s red hot action waiting for you here, giving you access to all the casino classics and a ton more from the SkillOnNet catalogue.

If you want to get your hands on a bunch of free money to try out the new Slots Magic casino – they’re giving away £10 that will allow you to get your spin thing on for real cash.


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