Saturday, October 25, 2008

New Episode Tracks Mega Moolah Jackpot, Reports on the WSOS & Introduces New Games

Casino-News-Show.TV Provides Regular Updates on Online Casino Jackpots, Tournaments and New Games

A new episode of the Casino News Show is now online at It features an update on the Mega Moolah jackpot, a report on the World Series of Slots, and a new 3D casino game. The free webcast provides regular updates on progressive jackpots, tournaments and new games. The site includes live jackpot tickers from all the major online casino progressive jackpots including the Mega Moolah, Beach Life, Millionaires Club, Midlife Crisis and Shopping Spree.

Each episode of the free webcast includes an update on the biggest online casino progressive jackpots and lets players know where to go to try their luck at winning them. Tournaments are a great way for players to get a chance at big prizes without wagering a lot of cash, so each episode of Casino News Show includes news about upcoming slot machine and blackjack tournaments as well as stories about recent big winners. The program also introduces viewers to new games being launched at popular casinos.

“The Mega Moolah jackpot is over $4.3 million. A lot of people are wondering if it’s about to blow, or if it’s going to break it’s own record of $5.5 million,” said Casino-News-Show.TV host Larry Colcy. “There’s a couple of other progressive jackpots approaching a million dollars and a bunch that are just plain overdue for a big win!”

“Last episode I showed everyone a new Blackjack game that has a built in card counter,” Colcy continued. “In this episode it’s a new slot machine at a new 3D casino.”

Combining video and online casino news was a logical progression for Casino-News-Show.TV host, Larry Colcy. After years as a television news reporter and with his experience as an online casino news writer he is in his element producing the regular webcast.

“One thing I’ve learned is that there are two things online casino players want to know: where’s a big jackpot ready to be hit? And where’s a good tournament to play in?” said Colcy. “Most are pretty loyal to their favourite casino or game, but they seem to like to hear about new games to try as well.”

The program uses special technology that enables viewers to simply click on the video screen when they see something they’d like to know more about. For instance, if viewers wish to try their luck at any of the jackpots or new games described in the program they can simply click on their video screen to be taken to the casino where they can play them.

For access to special features watch this episode at Casino-News-Show.TV.