Here at madaboutcasinos.com we where excited to hear that bgo casino has recently launched a brand new television advertising campaign which is to feature US actor Verne Troyer. This series of adverts, which started early in February 2014, is the first television campaign to be launched by the online casino brand, who are hoping to broaden their exposure and bring in some new players to the site.
As we all know Verne Troyer shot to fame following his appearance as Mini-Me in the popular Austin Powers movie series. His role in the new advertising series is not that dissimilar from his past role; Troyer is playing the evil casino boss, who will do whatever sinister tactics are necessary to stop players from winning. To begin with, he can be seen observing the casino’s many cameras. Just after, he is seen kicking the ball on the roulette wheel and holding the slots reels to fix the result.
The team at bgo.com put the campaign together. This online gaming site hosts a broad range of games, covering everything from slots and bingo to table games. Not only that, there are loads of interesting bonuses and promotions for you to get involved with.
Verne Troyer states in these new funny adverts: “I’m the boss will stop at nothing to win! The message to gaming fans in the adverts is come and takes me on if you dare. To celebrate the partnership bgo.com are giving their player chance to play for some huge prizes. The Boss’s progressive jackpot pays out multi-million Pound prizes but you got to beat the boss first!
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