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Arabian Charms Slots Review

Arabian Charms Slot Review

The enchanting lands of Arabia always hand online slot developers a lot of space to maneuver. Likewise, Arabian Charms has a lot of design features that blend in this genre. This online slot is part of the Barcrest stable.

Arabian Charms consists of 5 reels, 3 rows and 20 fixed paylines. The golden reels are at the top of a pile of coins and in the backdrop there’s a misty view of vaulted turrets and slim line towers. There’s a peppy soundtrack attached to the gameplay.

There are three high value symbols - game’s logo, the snake charmer and his coiled green snake. Q, K and A depict the lower value symbols.

The young boy is the wild symbol and he can replace all others except the bonus icon, which is the genie character that triggers the main feature.

Bonus Features

Golden Trail Bonus

This is activated when three of the bonus symbols land on reels two, three and four. Since this is a board game, you need to spin the wheel to move up it, increasing the multiplier values through the course.

You continue spinning till you make it to the big prize at the top or hit the ‘Collect’ segments on the wheel. When you land a green segment, it will upgrade the trail so it becomes more valued. 500x the total stake is the biggest prize in this online slot.

Mystery Win Bonus

During each spin, irrespective of winning or non-winning there is a possibility that blue orbs will land on the reels, transforming random symbols into matching ones. This will lead to either the creation of a winning combo or improve upon one you’re already landed.

Our verdict

This not just a  good-looking, but also a smooth-playing slot. Barcrest has done a commendable job. The gameplay is addictive and the bonus features are very interesting. The RTP is 95.00%.

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Online Poker In Usa

The rollercoaster ride for Detroit's casinos continued in 2016, as they witnessed growth in February by +1.7%, and now in March by +0.8% after year-on-year drop in January (-1.8%).

As per numbers released by Michigan Gaming Control Board, three casino generated $350.4 million in the year's first quarter, showcasing an improvement of 0.3% as compared to Q1 2015. 

Out of the $124.9 million revenues collected by Detroit's casinos in the last month, MGM Grand accounted for $51.8 million (+4%) of it, followed by MotorCity with $43.7 million (+0.6%), and then Greektown with $29.4 million (-4%).

At the moment, MGM controls 41% share of Detroit’s casino market, while MotorCity and Greektown have 35% and 24% respectively.

In the first quarter of this year, MGM Grand collected $145.7 million in revenues, an increase by 1.5% in compariosn with 2015. While MotorCity Casino too posted a positive result with an increase by 0.6% to $121.2 million, Greektown Casino reported a decline in business by 2.1% at $83.5 million.

A cool $28.4 million was collected by the state in the form of gambling taxes. Last year, casinos in Detroit produced $1.38 billion in revenues, which was better than the year before by 3.3%. Slot machies and table games contributed with 85% 17% from table games respectively to it.

This led to a $174.3 million being paid to the state in gaming taxes. While there is a clear finacial crunch in detroit, the casino marker as been on the mend since the Q4 of 2014.

Alex Calderone from the Calderone Advisory Group had said the following back then:

“This is a business that is dependent almost entirely on discretionary income. Money that’s not spent at the pump is money that can be spent at the casino.”

Detroit Annual Casino Revenues:

2015: $1.38bn

2014: $1.33bn

2013: $1.34bn

2012: $1.42bn

2011: $1.42bn

2010: $1.37bn

2009: $1.33bn 

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All Unibet shareholders and stakeholders had reason to smile post the annual financial results, as the company's gross revenues soared by 13.49% to £354.1 million in 2015. Unibet had collected £312 million in 2014/

In terms of profit, the company posted a neat again of  £69.7 for 2015, up 8.06% from the previous year. Q4 result, where revenues increased by 57% to £111 million and profits to £19.4 million, was the main reason behind the company's solid overall performance.

Speaking about the financial results, Unibet CEO Henrik Tjärnström said: 

“The focus on scalability across the Group has enabled us to deliver a new all-time high in underlying EBITDA for the quarter of GBP 27.1 million, up 47 per cent in GBP. Mobile was 56 per cent of gross winnings revenue compared with 51 percent in the third quarter.” 

Among Unibet's offerings, casino games, sports betting and poker generated of £171.6m, £161.2m and  £7.6m respectively. Apart from poker revnues, the remaining two verticals posted a growth as compared to 2014.

However, Unibet Poker remains the 14th best online poker site in the world in terms of traffic, with anaverage of 650 cash players over a 7-day period playing on it.

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