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Cantor Launches 'Mobile Millions'

Cantor Launches 'Mobile Millions'

Cantor Gaming has announced the release of Mobile Millions, its newest casino game from its Cantor Mobile Casino platform, now at Colusa Casino Resort in California. Colusa patrons can play the game on their mobile devices while they are at the casino by downloading the Cantor Mobile Casino application.

Mobile Millions is “a variation on the standard game of roulette with two additional side bets, (which) offers players the chance to become a millionaire,” according to a statement from Cantor. Instead of one roulette wheel, there are five wheels, so each wager gives players five times the likelihood of winning. Available in 25-cent denominations, players have the opportunity to win a progressive jackpot starting at $2.5 million.

“We are pleased to announce an exclusive new game for casino game enthusiasts from our popular Cantor Mobile Casino platform,” said Lee M. Amaitis, president and CEO of Cantor Gaming. “We believe Mobile Millions is one of our most exciting, innovative releases, offering players five roulette wheels instead of one, and multiple side bet options, offering high rewards and a multimillion-dollar progressive jackpot.”

 

 

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