Paddy Powers Its Way Onto Oggs.com Expert Online Casino Reviews

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The renowned Irish based bookmaker and online casino operator Paddy Power has powered its way on to leading online casino reviews website Oggs.com with its professional approach and great customer service. Oggs.com only reviews reputable online casino, poker, bingo and slots providers and Paddy Power's use of Wagerworks excellent software is a big reason why the online casino was welcomed on to the online casino reviews website so quickly.

The renowned Irish based bookmaker and online casino operator Paddy Power has powered its way on to leading online casino reviews website Oggs.com with its professional approach and great customer service. Oggs.com only reviews reputable online casino, poker, bingo and slots providers and Paddy Power's use of Wagerworks excellent software is a big reason why the online casino was welcomed on to the online casino reviews website so quickly

A spokesman for Oggs.com said 'We are not interested in listing every online casino, poker, bingo or slots website, but only those with a proven track record and are based on the best software available in the industry. It can take up to 2 years to verify and add a new casino so we are very happy to invite Paddy Power on to Oggs.com much quicker than usual.'

Paddy Power casino runs on the Wagerworks platform, Wagerworks being a wholly-owned subsidiary of IGT who make a range of popular land-based casino games. No US, Canadian, German or French players are accepted, but then their core players are from UK and Ireland.

What also encouraged Oggs to review them was Paddy Power's attention to responsible gambling, the site running a 'Player Protection' policy where a player can limit their deposits, wagering or losses as they see fit at any time. Once a change is made, the player cannot increase the limit for 7 days.

'We want to make sure our loyal users who come back time and time again to read our latest online casino reviews are looked after by the online gambling companies they choose to play with and we would like to see more online casinos offering 'Player Protection' policies in the future.' Oggs.com said.

Oggs.com has spent a year updating and looking at new casino operations across the world to bring to online casino players and recently launched both its own blog 'The OggBlog' and several new sections on the website covering Poker, Bingo and Slots. Oggs.com went on to say 'We are announcing a number of exciting new reviews over the next month and will no doubt have more news after the European i-Gaming Congress and Expo held in Barcelona in September.'

Oggs.com is a leading independent eCOGRA recognised online casino reviews directory, which focuses on the best US, UK, EU and Asian online casinos.

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