As is characteristic with the well-known "New Games Rollout" campaign by
Director of Player Affairs at OCS,
OCS has offered free games to players in the past, however, not nearly to the degree of which will be launched in the coming weeks ahead. While most reputable online casinos offer software platforms that permit players to practice to with unlimited fun-money credits, players generally are required to open an account and share their personal details, including name and email address.
"We've been listening to players," said Chappell, "and what we hear the most is a desire for free casino games that do not entrap players into supplying personal information, require newsletter subscriptions nor provide a limited amount of fun-money credits. Our new suite of free casino games does nothing of the sort." Not only can players wager on casino games without even leaving the OCS website, there are no annoying pop-ups offering bonuses or pressuring players to sign up for real money online gambling. It's free casino gaming in the truest sense of the word.
Of course, OCS does not discourage players from betting with real money at the online casinos listed in its review directory. "In keeping with our mission of providing casino gaming fans with the information and tools necessary to obtain a fair wager and the best odds of winning, our free suite of casino games enables players to learn new games and sharpen their skills without having to put any real money on the line. If and when players feel confident enough to give it a go betting with real money at one of the online casinos listed in our directory, we fully support that decision. And if they simply want to play games for the entertainment factor, that's great too!"
Keywords for this news article include: Software.
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