PressEnter Group has grown its roster of popular brands with the addition of its sixth site, Rapid Casino, a Western-themed casino that promises to deliver an explosive player experience.
Players follow the story of Trae Rapid, the son of two enslaved people in Mississippi, who escapes and then taught the ways of the cowboy and told stories of the West and its frontiers by The Old Gungslinger.
When The Old Gunslinger is murdered, Trae embarks on a mission to seek revenge and over the coming years, the legend of Trae Rapid is born. Players join Trae at the Wild Spins Saloon where they can write their own big-win legend.
Rapid Casino is licensed by the Malta Gaming Authority and will launch to players in PressEnter Group’s core regulated markets. Players can access more than 2,000 slots, table and live casino games from the most in-demand providers in the market.
This includes Pragmatic Play, Play’N GO, NetEnt, Relax Gaming, Big Time Gaming, Nolimit City, Hacksaw Gamingand many more.
Rapid Casino promises to reward players for their loyalty via a range of promotions and bonuses. This includes “Most Wanted” where the casino’s sheriff picks the luckiest player that week for a special reward. The higher the win multiplier the player lands, the higher the chance of winning a big cash prize.
The fast-growing PressEnter Group has aggressive expansion plans that include launching additional brands and entering new regulated markets. The operator’s existing sites include 21.com, Justspin, NitroCasino, NeonVegas and UltraCasino.
Commenting on the launch of Rapid Casino, Lahcene Merzoug, CEO of PressEnter Group said: “Rapid Casino is a strong addition to our impressive portfolio of online casinos and promises to deliver a superior player experience.
“PressEnter Group is dedicated to launching brands that not only engage and entertain players from the moment they arrive but within a safe and responsible gaming environment. In Rapid Casino, we have a sustainable, fun themed user experience that sets the standard for others to follow.”