ComTrade Announces Facebook Blackjack Launch
LONDON–(BUSINESS WIRE)– ComTrade would like to announce the launch of its Facebook Blackjack solution which is now available via the Palaces Live brand on Facebook and will run off its leading Remote Game Server and iGaming Platform. Facebook Blackjack is “play for free” and with player acquisition in mind, it will undoubtedly attract new players to the Palaces Live Casino. The overall objective of the game is for players to progres
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