3 Of The Best TV Themed Online Casino Games


3 Of The Best TV Themed Online Casino Games
3 Of The Best TV Themed Online Casino Games

The online gaming industry is continuing to grow year after year. In 2017, the online casino industry was said to be worth a huge $47 billion, with that number set to grow to nearly $52 billion in 2018. With the industry clearly on an incline, it’s no surprise that other sectors of the entertainment world want a piece of the action.

Film and television companies have always licensed content and branding for use in online casino games, but this has grown more and more as the technology has progressed, the interest has grown, and as online gamers have had more confidence with playing casino on the web. Here are three of the best, and indeed most popular online TV games that you can play right now. Visit dreamz.com to learn more and play these TV themed casino slots for free!

The hit Fox TV series 24 was groundbreaking. Set in real-time, the original series starred Kiefer Sutherland as Jack Bauer, a counter-terrorist agent who, across multiple seasons, had to solve a crime and bring terrorists to justice with 24 hours. The original run lasted for nine seasons from 2001 – 2014, plus there was a recent revival named ’24: Legacy’ with a different protagonist. The brand lives on, and with talks of a new reboot coming, expect the online game version to be equally as popular.

The Walking Dead

The Walking Dead has just seen its eighth series play out on AMC Stateside and on Fox over here in the UK. The show has, over the past 8 years, bee a huge hit with fans of the genre, so much so that a spin-off, titled Fear The Walking Dead was launched three years ago. Based on the comic book of the same name, The Walking Dead is set in a world taken over by a deadly virus, one which turns its victims into zombies. Rick Grimes and co. have to lead friends and loved-ones to safety and each episode, and the spin-off game constantly puts viewers and players on the edge of their seats.

Game Of Thrones

Arguably the biggest show on television, Game Of Thrones, is about to come to an end with its epic eighth season currently in production. Launched in 2011, this fantasy series is based on the books by George R.R. Martin and is broadcast on HBO in the United States, and on Sky Atlantic in the UK. The show is so popular, so an online game version was always going to be a thing that players could immerse themselves into. The last season of Game Of Thrones is due in 2019, and although the show will be no more after then, expect the online game and other licensed stand-ins to continue long into the next decade.

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