Gambling.com launches new slots resource

Gambling.com Group has launched SlotSource.com, which will form part of its plans to ‘navigate the growing universe of games’.

The company plans to showcase extensive reviews of more than 150 slots from across the web, targeting US players primarily.

As things stand, online slots are available in each of the four states where online casino gaming is regulated.

The resource will, alongside its slot reviews, also provide reviews related to different payment methods.

The importance of educating players in the growing US market about their legal gaming options

Gambling.com has said that US players “need resources to help them locate online casinos that have their favourite online slots as well as advice on which online casinos are fair, reputable, legal and licensed in their state”.

This has been backed up in recent research. Earlier this month, the American Gaming Association (AGA) revealed that many US players who gamble with illegal websites don’t know that the operator is unregulated.

When speaking about the launch of SlotSource.com, Gambling.com Group Chief Executive Charles Gillespie emphasised the need for player resource.

“As states like Pennsylvania and New Jersey see record growth in online casino revenue, new players need resources like SlotSource.com to navigate the growing universe of games and options and stay on the right side of the divide between regulated and offshore providers”.

Other benefits for players 

SlotSource.com will also provide reviews and tips on depositing and withdrawing with safe payment options. These include PayPal, NETELLER, Skrill and Play+ – as well as others.

Slots are popular throughout the US. Gambling.com Group says that “slots are the most popular casino game both at brick-and-mortar casinos and online”. The latter of these platforms has enjoyed “tremendous growth”.

Online casino gaming is regulated in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Delaware.  Michigan will soon join them, with its legal online market expected to launch either this year or early in 2021.