LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM -- (Marketwire) -- 03/01/13 -- Following a major overhaul and site upgrade, Go-Game.com has announced Sky Vegas will rank at number one position on its comprehensive online gaming directory.
With over 150 site reviews, Go-Game.com features online gaming products across the gaming spectrum from casinos and poker rooms, to bingo and sportsbooks.
This online gaming directory provides comprehensive details so that any player, either new or experienced, can decide on where is best for them to play. The information it details includes the latest bonus details, game variants and deposit options.
As a result, the ranking system on Go-Game.com is based on a number of key indicators such as promotions, prize values, games available and customer service.
Securing this premier positioning, means Sky Vegas will get good quality player referrals and additional volume from this fast growing online directory.
A top ranking position on the Go-Game directory is a win win for both sides, and each company is looking forward to fulfilling the potential of the opportunity over the coming months.
"We have worked hard to get the rankings correctly reflective of the current marketplace and are confident that Sky Vegas will quickly see the benefit of its new ranking on the Go-Game.com site," commented Graham Edmond, Founder Go-Game.com.
In addition to 300 more pages of online site and game reviews, since the overhaul visitors to the Go-Game directory will also find a whole new section on online financial betting covering most elements from the products available to spread betting, fixed odds betting and binary betting.
Go-Game.com is one of a new breed of online directories that filters all the latest games and promotions running across hundreds of sites to bring the best ones front of mind for their customers. It does the hard work so the players don't have to!
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