New Games at BETAT CasinoPublished September 21, 2013 by OCR Editor
BETAT online casino has released seven new instant hits from Microgaming.
BETAT Online Casino is one of the leading brands in the business. They continue to offer the best bonuses, a wide selection of popular and new games, and are dedicated to having the newest titles to keep them in front of the competition.
BETAT has once again increased the number of games available for their players and has recently released seven new titles that prove to be some of the most thrilling games on their site.
Developed for BETAT by Microgaming, these seven new titles are thrilling, easy to play and will have you entertained for hours.
Dragon Bonus Baccarat - This new live casino game has all the thrills of playing Baccarat. You can still bet on the banker, the player or a tie but Dragon Bonus features some other bets that you shouldn't miss out on.
Sovereign of the Seven Seas - This 5 reel 40 pay line video slot is just what the doctor ordered if you are into adventure on the high seas. With Wilds, Scatters and a number of Free Spins available, this could be your new favorite.
Playboy - None of the new releases at BETAT are as sexy as the new Playboy slot by Microgaming. With 5 sexy reels and 243 sensual ways to win this game, it's realistic graphics and original Playboy brand music, this is not a game to miss out on.
Octopays - Set under the ocean in a murky patch of water this 5 reel, 243 pay line slot offers HD graphics, and a huge $4,000 maximum jackpot.
Snake Slot - This 5 reel, 30 payline, non-progressive Video Slot has Scatters, Free Spins, Wild Symbols and a special feature that could make you big money.
Supernova - Microgaming brings another gem of a slot game with this 5 reel 27 pay line video slot that is themed after the solar system with cash prizes that are out of this world.
Megadeath - Nothing is more hard rock than this unbelievable themed slot game. It's heavy metal 5 reels and 40 pay lines has all the action and danger that the world famous band still represents today.