Nuworks attracts attention
New US-friendly online gambling software Nuworks has attracted a lot of interest this week, when it was revealed that the recently revamped Alex Czajkowski's under-capitalized Buzzluck casino became its first licensee. After its failure, the casino has been taken over by the reputable UK-based Club World Casinos.
On the other hand, the software house is still a bit of a mystery for industry observers. What is known is that it is apparently connected with RTG and/or an experienced personality formerly associated with that company, and that its offering includes over 30 brand new slots plus 4 new Video Poker games.
It has been announced that the software house’s second licensee will be Lucky Club Casino, which was recently sold by Jackpot Capital to an unknown new operator.
According to CWC's Martyn Beacon, "Buzzluck will launch on completely new slots based software called NuWorks and will offer 30 brand new slot games, 4 table games, 3 variations of multi hand video poker and progressives with bumper prizes to be won. The new signup offer will be 100 percent to $868.
"We’ve stripped this casino back from its original offering, removing the 3D aspect and the interactivity with Elvis and ‘Tom Cruise’ - we felt this detracted from the player actually finding a game to play. However, this does not detract from the quality of the casino we have developed."