Thursday, December 20, 2018

Get Your Share of $2000 in Prizes During the Christmas Slots Tournament

Starting Friday and continuing through the Christmas break, Intertops Poker and Juicy Stakes Casino are hosting a $2000 Christmas Slots Tournament featuring the the holiday classic Christmas Carol slot and three more popular slot games from Betsoft.

You will automatically earn points when you play the featured tournament games. If you make it to one of sixteen players with the most points at the end of the tournament (December 28th), you will split $2000 in prize money. The first-place player wins $400. (Prizes must be rolled over at least once in order to be withdrawn.)

"When you grab a little slots time over the Christmas holiday," encourages Intertops Poker's casino manager, "Play the tournament games so you can pick up some extra prize money!"

The Christmas Slots Tournament, December 21-28, features four Betsoft slots: A Christmas Carol, Ogre Empire, Charms & Clovers and Giovanni's Gems.

In the Christmas Carol slot game, you'll find yourself in the bedroom of Ebenezer Scrooge watching the classic Christmas tale unfold.

Ogre Empire sweeps you away into a mystical world where you'll fight the Ogre, free the villagers and test your fate, winning opportunities to instantly double their winnings.

Let out your inner prospector in Giovanni's Gems. It has dazzling graphics and lots of opportunities for free spins.

Charms & Clovers brings an ancient Irish myth to life, taking you on a search for that fabled pot of gold. This 40-payline progressive video slot has everything from four-leaf clovers and pots of gold to horseshoes. Its innovative sixth reel controls four distinct bonus features.

Although Intertops Poker and Juicy Stakes Casino are well known as the busiest poker rooms on the Horizon Poker Network, they also offer a growing selection of slots and table games from Betsoft, Lucktap and WorldMatch.

Intertops Poker tournament details:
Juicy Stakes tournament details:

No comments:

Post a Comment

What do you think?