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Twin Casino launches in Japan market


Malta-based Twin Casino has announced that it is the latest entrant to the Japanese online casino market.

Kasper Bach, head of Casino at Twin, commented, “We are incredibly excited to be launching Twin to the Japanese market. We are confident that our clear-cut online casino will offer players a rewarding online casino experience. Through integration with powerhouse software providers, we can confidently deliver Japanese players unrivaled online entertainment. We see this latest global launch as a chance to firmly establish Twin as one of leading online casino sites in Japan.”

Twin is putting emphasis on the wide range of games that it is making available to its Japanese customers, including online pachislot themed games.

The press release notes, “Japanese players can benefit from many popular local payment options for deposits and withdrawals, including VenusPoint, Sticpay, AstroPay card, EcoPayz, Jeton, Muchbetter, and InPay. Twin is also pleased to announce the addition of AstroPay OneTouch to its payment options, enabling players in Japan to make deposits and withdrawals through four cryptocurrencies to date: Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, and Ripple.”

There is also a 24/7 customer service hotline to handle any questions or problems.

Twin Casino is regulated by the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA).

Although online casinos remain illegal in Japan, the National Police Agency has so far made little effort to enforce the laws, and the industry is, in fact, booming.

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