Canadian Market Welcomes a New Casino

Publish: 01.03.2017

Built upon a promise of a fairer deal for casino players, here comes a brave new casino concept called PlayOJO.

The Canada-friendly new online casino promises to pay players money back whether they win or lose through the ice-breaking OJOplus – which pays money to players immediately and directly into their casino accounts with no restrictions.

Money Back, No Restrictions

With the existing base of casinos which pride themselves upon the transparency, trustworthiness and security, PlayOJO is trying to be as rewarding as possible through generous returns for players in a casino venue that requires no wagering requirements.

We must admit that PlayOJO’s concept is a brave one and a highly welcomed by all Canadian players, we’re sure. Even those who are currently wondering what the catch is. There is no catch involved as players at this progressive casino can hope to see a portion of their money back every single time they play.

Having only been initiated this February, PlayOJO is already making some big waves in the industry with its ground-breaking concept of “players’ money being their own money!” and with liberal design and environment which looks like nothing you have seen before.

Innovative Approach, Challenger Brand Casino

At PlayOJO, players are behind the steering wheel and not the casino, which means that customers will have firm and full control of their cash, accounts and – more importantly – bonuses. PlayOJOJ tackles the usual notion of bonuses beginning to alienate players with their big wagering requirements as players want to see a casino be fair and not restrictive when it comes to their pay.

PlayOJO is described as a ‘challenger brand’ which is set to shake things up big time in the casino industry.

This brand-new casino is powered on SkillOnNet platform established in 2005. Ohad Narkis of SkillOnNet claims that PlayOJO’s model will put players in full control which is a pattern expected to be followed by many online casinos who intend to remain in the business.