LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM--(Marketwire - Aug. 2, 2012) - It's safe to say Britain is currently abuzz with Olympic hysteria: one and all bound together by the love of intense competition and appreciation of true athletic skill. London may be the home of the XXX Olympiad, but with exciting events taking place across 'old blighty' hordes of fans are only too happy to generate the same spellbinding atmosphere palpably felt in the capital.
Sky Vegas, one of the UK's leading casino websites, have decided to replicate that endearing community spirit online by hosting a great mix of community games.
Unfortunately when the Olympic ballot finally closed earlier this year not everyone was able to bag a golden ticket. But with Sky Vegas you don't even need a golden ticket: just log in and compete alongside other ardent players to stake your claim for golden winnings. Golden winnings in the form of lucrative cash prizes!
Just like the Olympics itself, community games offer action for every taste. Whether players prefer to spin the roulette wheel in Community Roulette, visit the Community Funfair or toss a monkey in, er, Community Toss the Monkey, they have the opportunity to choose their favourite games.
For those wanting to play more sport-orientated casino games - after all the Olympics is a grand celebration of sport - Sky Vegas has just the tonic. Players can tackle games like All Sports and Sensible Soccer before crossing the finishing line and winning superb cash prizes. These games are featured inside the fabled Sky Vegas casino lobby, which is kind of like the home of all great casino games!
For more information on Sky Vegas community games and slot games, visit www.skyvegas.com.
About Sky Vegas
Sky Vegas is the online casino division of BSkyB. Established in March 2003, it now boasts more than 200 games including slots games, table games, instant win games, penny arcade and community games. Sky Vegas does not accept customers from the USA and operates fully within UK law under a licence issued by the Alderney Gambling Control Commission.