N1 Partners Group Upgrades Joo Casino

N1 Partners Group has upgraded its Joo Casino, which is licenced in Curacao, with the hopes of “further expanding its audience.”

Joo Casino will get a new look and logo, as well as a “boost welcome package, powered-up reloads, and special offers” for VIP players, as well as access to a player call centre and support services.

N1 Partners Group’s chief product officer, Yaroslav Laptev said: “Our team follows industry trends, constantly developing and adding new features.

“But, this time we wanted to do something special. That is why besides updating the bonuses, we redesigned the project in general. We hope that the updated Joo Casino may further expand its audience of fans.”

In addition, Joo Casino’s mobile website has been updated with a new design that includes the inclusion of a catfish to the logo, which N1 Partner Group describes as “a talisman of good luck in many cultures.”

Players can now deposit in a variety of different currencies, including cryptocurrencies, and benefit from a “detailed and transparent history of sessions” as a result of the improvements.

Joo Sports, a subsidiary of Joo Casino, was the first to incorporate SoftSwiss’ sportsbook service in May. JooSports said at the time that the SoftSwiss solution’s interface would “enable a smooth switch between sportsbook and casino websites, forming a single ecosystem.”

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