A brief guide to playing at the Luckyniki online casino

A brief guide to playing at the Luckyniki online casino
Published: 06 August 2019 (525 Views)
The Luckyniki online casino is all about Japanese culture. Featuring great slots and incredible bonus winning capabilities, the Luckyniki online casino looks set to give you a memorable casino gaming experience. This Japanese-themed casino features a Niki - which represents an anime character who acts as the host as well as the companion. Even more, the Luckyniki online casino comes with the lush purple, gold, as well as pink site - offering gamblers an array of different loading software such as NetEnt, Micro-gamming, WMS, Evolution Gaming, and NextGen Gaming.

Important Details

The Luckyniki online casino has more than 500 games. There are many slots in the Luckyniki online casino. Popular slots include Video, Jackpot, and Vegas slots. The casino game also features High Roller, Online Bingo, Roulette Guide, Black Jack, as well as Table Games.

The Luckyniki online casino has very attractive Luckyniki Casino Bonuses. The Luckyniki online casino has been licensed by the Malta Gaming Authority and the UK Gambling Commission—so you can be sure that your money will be safe.

Withdrawals
It’s also important to note that the Luckyniki online casino supports e-Wallet withdrawals—which normally take at most 24 hours to be processed. Other withdrawal methods include Wire Transfer and Credit/Debit cards—which takes up to 4 and 3 business days respectively.

Support
The Luckyniki casino platform has a responsive live chat where clients can seek support from the representatives. The live chat works on a 24-hour basis. You can also call them via telephone or opt for the VIP support.

Currencies
The Luckyniki online casino supports major currencies including:
  • GGPB, EUR, and CHF
  • DKK, NOK, and USD
  • RUB and ZEK

Languages Supported
The main language in the Luckyniki online casino is English. However, the gaming platform can support other major languages.

Virtual Sports

The site features a complete selection of virtual sports betting. As opposed to other online casinos, LuckyNiki is really unique as it adds only virtual sports to their offering. Plus, the games are simple and easy to play. All you need is to sit at a slot machine or a card table enjoy a fun gaming experience.

Virtual sports refer to computer-simulated versions of various sporting events that feature actual teams as well as statistical information from their live counterpart. If you’re a fan of a particular game, you can always bet on them whenever you feel like. No need to wait for a real live match to take place. Besides, the games only last for a few minutes, which is much better than having to wait several hours for the completion of a certain wager.

The Bottom-Line
At LuckyNiki, you can comfortably bet on numerous virtual sports and leagues, including Darts, Tennis, Soccer, and Cycling. And the best thing is that you can try these games for free, without having to risk any real cash. All you need is to create an account so as to access the actual play money version of these virtual sports.

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