For most of the regular casino players skill games are certainly a surprise and a novelty – there is little to no luck involved in playing (and winning) against the unknown but live opponent, the only thing that really matters here is the player’s own skill and knowledge of the chosen game, and the option to play for real money only adds to the excitement. Those who want to try their hand at one of this type of games will probably find no better place to play at than one of the games or tournaments hosted by SkillEmpire, currently one of the world’s leading skill game distributors.
This Israeli-based company has been established in 2004 and expanded over the years to include two backgammon rooms: Play65 and Gammon Empire, two pool rooms: Play89 and Pool Empire, as well as a chess room – PlayE4. All SkillEmpire subsidiaries are certified by the Alderney Gambling Control Commission and powered by the proprietary LogicEmpire gaming software, which comes in two versions: downloadable (for all games on offer) and Flash (currently for backgammon only).
Prospective SkillEmpire users need only to register in order to start playing one of the games on offer – the casual gamers get an infinite supply of virtual money, there’s free $3 bonus up for grabs for everyone who finishes the registration process, and only those who are serious about the game and are willing to place a bet at their own skill will actually need to make a deposit. SkillEmpire made all monetary transactions convenient, safe and fast by using highly reputable and most popular payment methods, and the paying customers are treated with game-specific match-up bonuses, as well as various other bonuses, promotions and comp points.
SkillEmpire subsidiaries strive to provide the best experience possible for their users. All websites and the gaming software are multilingual (currently there are more than 20 languages to choose from), backgammon and pool networks are the biggest available online – which means there is no lack of the potential opponents – and the extensive help and FAQ pages, as well as the articles on the featured games, do their best to address most of the usual queries and issues with the gaming software or the games themselves. The customer support is offered 24/7 via email.