Place/Date: - March 29th, 2017 at 8:58 pm UTC · 2 min read
Source: mBit Casino
mBit Casino just launched their new and improved website layout this week, which is designed to improve the player experience significantly. They had been using the previous layout for about a year, and decided it was time to take it to the next level. The new design was made to greatly improve the user experience on their website with a modern, clean feel.
Since 2014 when mBitCasino.com was first launched, they have underwent a few small design changes, but nothing this big. The new design was a complete rehaul and it even features a new mascot, Mr. Bitty, who is a Bitcoin-Human hybrid. The redesign also enables players to find games more easily, filter searches with precision and has a much faster site speed.
7 Days of Raffles with Big Prizes!
To celebrate all the hard work that went into the new redesign, which took several months to develop, mBit Casino is hosting 7 days of raffles with huge prizes. Winners of the raffle will receive tech-centric gifts including bluetooth speakers, mobile projectors, TVs and even Free Spins.
If you want to participate, simply head over to mBitCasino.com and deposit 25 mBTC or more during the daily raffle period (March 26th – April 1st). Then, you will be automatically enrolled in the raffle for the day you made your deposit. You can enroll in more than one raffle, so you can get up to 7 chances to win!
If you don’t already have an account at mBit Casino, sign up today to receive 25 Free Spins and a 110% first deposit bonus up to 1 BTC. You can also claim a second deposit bonus of 50% up to 2 BTC and a third deposit bonus of 25% up to 1 BTC.
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Disclaimer: mBit Casino is the source of this content. Virtual currency is not legal tender, is not backed by the government, and accounts and value balances are not subject to FDIC and other consumer protections. This press release is for informational purposes only.