King Billy Casino has just disclosed a nuclear-inspired orientation in collaboration with Nucleus Gaming. With the brand-new agreement, the operator will introduce new releases based on the king who sits on the throne, while everything around him burns from a nuclear explosion. Everything will happen in the small area which resembles a minor Balkan country and players are invited to take part in this amazing adventure.
More About the Release
King Billy Casino is dedicated to delivering new content to its gaming portfolio. The operator makes serious efforts to conclude new deals with gaming providers. Players are not certain whether the operator wants to remind customers of previously released editions including shockvertising Benetton ads, but it has some progressive intentions.
Reacting on the recent release, King Billy Casino CEO, Volodymyr Harkusha observed:
“All of us at King Billy Casino feel we are going to have a blast with Nucleus Gaming! Their repertoire of games, attention to detail and absolutely awesome adaptations of games for mobile devices are worthy of a king. Their Spirit of the Nile slot is a players’ current hot slot at the King Billy Casino and we are sure a lot more will follow.”
About the Brands
King Billy is a promising online casino that supplies customers with a selection of online slots and casino chances. It includes products from top-notch software companies like Microgaming, iSoftBet, Endorphina, NetEnt, BetSoft and similar. The provider holds a license from Curacao Gambling Authority and it is owned by Direx N.V Casinos. Players can rest assured about the platform’s level of safety as it includes SSL encryption.
Nucleus Gaming is, on the other hand, a prominent producer of gaming content for wide groups of customers. The company is focused on rich themes that attract the attention of users with an intense background. At the moment, it features more than 100 games including 3D slots, classic pokies, table chances, and video poker. The platform is fully optimized for mobile devices and payers can access it anytime and anyplace.