Monday, November 02, 2020

Win Your Share of $30K in Weekly Prizes during the $120,000 Harvest Fun Contest at Intertops Casino

It's time for some fun fall festivities at Intertops Casino! Until November 30th, compete with other players for $30,000 in weekly prizes during the $120,000 Harvest Fun casino bonus contest! Every week, the first prize is $500. The top 20 players each week are entered in a final draw for another $1000!

"Players with the most points win the biggest prizes, but it’s not just about the money," explained Intertops Casino's manager. “First prize comes with bragging rights!”

Intertops Casino has hundreds of games from Realtime Gaming. This month, two fun-on-the-farm harvest-themed games are recommended.

Hillbillies Cashola features three farm-fresh hillbillies: Billy Bob, Billy Bubba and Billy Jo. When two or more of them appear at once they trigger free spins where all wins are doubled.

Hen House has hungry Fox, a Rooster, Pigs, Sheep and Mother Hens spinning on its reels and a bonus game that awards free spins and win multipliers. Scattered Egg symbols trigger the Henhouse Pick Feature where you select chickens to reveal eggs hiding up to 25 free games with 3 bonus Wilds and up to x7 multiplier.

Well-known all over the world for its excellent customer service, huge selection of slots and table games, and generous bonus offers, Intertops Casino has been the most trusted online casino for more than 20 years.

South Africa's Springbok Casino Shares Fascinating Facts About Hippos

This month South Africa’s favourite online casino is celebrating one of the country’s most iconic animals, the mighty Hippopotamus. On its new Happy Hippos page, Springbok Casino has published stories about what Hippos eat, where they live and how they spend their days (and nights). One discusses hippos in ancient Egypt. There’s even one that delves into their polygamous sex lives. 

“Hippos aren’t fat – they’re just thick skinned!” explained Springbok’s manager, Daniel van Wyke. “They are the third largest land animal though, after elephants and white rhinos!”

“Behold the hippopotamus – we laugh at how he looks to us!” laughed Van Wyke, quoting Ogden Nash. “And yet in moments dank and grim, I wonder how we look to him!”

Some random hippo facts:

- Ancient rumours suggest that King Tut may have been killed by a hippo while hunting them in the Nile.

- Hippos are found in many sub-Saharan countries. In South Africa, about 800 live in Lake St Lucia.

- Hippos can weigh up to 2000 kg but can still run up to 30 kph.

- A big yawn doesn’t mean a hippo is sleepy – it is a sign of aggression.

- Hippos aren’t classified as “endangered” yet, but they are considered “vulnerable” due to habitat loss and poaching.

South Africa’s most famous hippo was known as Huberta. In 1928, she left her St Lucia home to go on a 1600 kilometer walk that took more than three years.  She became quite a celebrity as she passed through town after town and even attended a posh party at the Durban Country Club. After crossing more than 120 rivers she finally settled in the Keiskamma River.

Fiona the Hippo Princess was also famous when, in 2017, she was the first hippo to be born at the Cincinnati Zoo in 75 years. 

More fascinating facts about Hippos can be found at:

Until the end of November, players can take 25 free spins on one of the casino’s most popular slot games, Lucha Libre 2.


25 Free Spins on new Lucha Libre 2
Coupon Code: HIPPO
Available until November 30, 2020

Lucha Libre 2 features the affable wrestler, Taco Malo (from the original Lucha Libre) and his fearsome new competitor, Nacho Friend. Players choose one of three hilarious wrestling moves for Taco Malo to use. When he wins in the ring, players win prize multipliers and free spins. 

With hundreds of slots and table games, all played in Rands, and customer service available in either Afrikaans or English, Springbok Casino is South Africa's favourite place to play real money online casino games.