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Microgaming has been making online and mobile slots longer than pretty much any other developer you care to mention, which is why we’re so excited to feature so many games from a catalogue which is impressive as it is extensive. In this post we introduce you to a number of our favourite Microgaming games which you may or may not have tried, and recommend you take them for a spin.
January’s nearly over, meaning we’re almost through the most miserable part of the year, and we’ve got plenty to look forward to in February. Slots fans are in for a treat here at Fable Casino, where we’re adding four brand new games over the course of the month, thanks to our friends over at NextGen Gaming and NetEnt. The slots are welcome additions to our rosters, and all well worth checking out. Read on for more information!
It’s come to our attention that come of our players are confused about whether or not they can use multiple banking methods to make deposits here at Fable Casino, and if so, what that means for them in terms of in terms of withdrawals if they use multiple methods to deposit. In an attempt to lay these questions to bed, we’ve created this post which we hope will address these concerns.
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Whilst January may be statistically the worst month of the year, we hope all our players have got off to a flying start in 2018! Moreover, we want to celebrate the New Year in style and that’s why we’re giving you heaps of rewards in our Frosty Fun promotion. This month, you could pick up a whole load of extra spins and reload bonuses every time you deposit, so read on to find out all the details, then head over to the casino to reap your rewards!
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E-wallets have been created to improve online banking process, but how can they fare against Pay by Phone mobile depositing at Fable Casino? It turns out, that all of these payment methods have their own advantages in certain circumstances. Each can be indispensable under particular conditions. For example, Pay by Phone is better if you’re only planning to gamble on mobile. If you like to play desktop too, e-wallets might be a viable option too.
You’ve probably heard of the UK Gambling Commission and seen their logo at Fable Casino or other casinos that operate in the United Kingdom. How much can you tell about it, though? What is it really and what does it do? In this post, we will answer all these questions about the UKGC, their licences and the role they play in general. One thing is clear – without the Commission, the UK gambling industry wouldn’t be thriving like it does today.
Social responsibility, customer interaction and money laundering are some of the main issues for the Gambling Commission today. Their new strategy is to take these issues much more seriously and as soon as 2018 started, they have already started investigating various operators. 17 online casino operators have attracted attention from the officials due to the little knowledge of money laundering processes. Five of these will probably have their licences reviewed, which means they could even lose them if the UKGC proves that they didn’t act accordingly.