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VegasSlots announces revamp and content update

VegasSlots.net, a gaming review website, will undergo a facelift and content refresh to keep up “in the ever-changing world of online casinos.”

The publisher said it will make “significant” changes to the design and framework of its website to improve the coverage of gaming-related products and services.

Players expect VegasSlots to “provide them with high-quality material,” such as “reliable and accurate evaluations of online casinos, bonuses and games,” it said.  Now, with the revamp, VegasSlots “is only going to get better.”

Online slot reviews constitute the website’s core offering, as its name suggests. With this in mind, the platform is adding hundreds of free-to-play slots, with no download or registration required. Players may also see even more “regionalised content” come to VegasSlots in the future.

Besides online slot reviews, the website also offers other casino games, reviews, a blog and industry news. VegasSlots said it will disclose further details about this in an upcoming release.

All online casinos are evaluated against several criteria, including security, licensure, game selection and bonuses, added the website.

“Our database has been updated with new slot releases for years, making us the go-to source for all types of slot games,” said Adam Shaw, Chief Editor at VegasSlots.net.

“Whether you are looking for the biggest bonuses, the most popular slots or specialised table game alternatives, you’ll discover all you need in one spot with our update.

“If our visitors favor multi-functional gaming, we want to expand it so that they may discover the finest sites for it.”

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