Casino Hacks launches world’s first TV show for online casino players
Published 29th April 2020
Targeting millions of online casino fans worldwide, and having already partnered with some of the major online casino operators and casino games suppliers, Swedish-owned Casino Hacks has been created by a team of former gaming operators, producers, marketing and SEO experts, including former executives at MTV, Mr Green, Bethard, Raketech, Pokerstars and Metal Casino.
Clas Dahlén, the founder of Casino Hacks, used to head up Mr Green in Sweden and is also the former founder and brand strategist behind Metal Casino. Show host and MTV alumni Jonas Lutteman will lead the entertainment and competitions in the Casino Hacks show as well as manage its Twitch programme.
Casino Hacks has already contracted major online casino operators and casino games suppliers to partner up on the affiliate platform and sponsor the TV show.
Commenting on the launch, CEO Clas Dahlén said: “Casino Hacks is here because we believe that online casino players across the world deserve a higher standard of live entertainment. Looking for tips, hacks and great casinos and the best bonuses should not be like going through the Yellow Pages! We believe this part of the casino experience should reflect all the fun and action one can expect from an online casino today.
“It’s now my mission to market and sell this amazing website. I’ll be a sales-focused CEO who will introduce our outstanding service to casino players and make sure the content is entertaining.
“Coming from the operator side we felt it was time to do something new in the affiliate sector, creating new energy and with great design, broadcasting and all the fun entertainment that the online casino experience truly is about.
“The show will reveal the latest online casino news, broadcasting casino reviews, new slots and interviews with interesting industry people such as the best Twitchers.”
Casino Hacks is set for an international launch this week in Canada and New Zealand, followed by Australia, Iceland and six other territories in 2020.