Monday, January 03, 2022

Try 3 New Games from Betsoft and a Classic Player Favorite during Juicy Stakes' Slot Tournament

Start your year on the right foot with Juicy Stakes Casino's $2000 Slot Tournament. From January 3- 10 when you play 88 Frenzy Fortune, Stay Frosty, Stampede and Jungle Stripes , you will automatically earn slot tournament points. These three exciting games can be located under the Betsoft tab in the Casino Games section. At the conclusion of the battle, if you are one of 16 players with the most tournament points you will win prize money and first prize is $400.

 88 Fortune Frenzy is a blazing hot new 3-reel from Betsoft.  With the majesty of space in the background and a cool retro electronica theme, 88 Frenzy Fortune can rack up wins with one of three bonus features possible on every winning spin. Players can win an up to 8X win multiplier, an instant 8x or 18x boost to their wager, or a free re-spin with multipliers.

 Stay Frosty is a 5-reel, 100 payline video slot with innovative Sticky Wilds that stay sticky for 2 spins when part of a winning combination. The Snowman symbol is Wild and can expand to cover an entire reel.

 Stampede features the majestic elephants of the sun-drenched African savannah.  This longtime player favorite pays out for all combinations of contiguous symbols so there are 1024 ways to win.  Scatters trigger up to 20 free spins. Wilds during free spins can multiply wins up to 3X.

 In Jungle Stripes, a majestic Jungle King Tiger is a Sticky Expanding Wild. When it's part of a winning combination, it locks in place and triggers a re-spin.  At night glowing lotus flowers and fluorescent mushrooms grow from crystal rocks -- and three Moonglow scatter symbols trigger ten free spins.

 Juicy Stakes is continually adding new games to its huge collection of slots and table games from Betsoft, Nucleus, Tangente and Worldmatch. Coming up in January: red envelopes with sweet surprises in Gold Tiger Ascent and a new cascading game, Triple Juicy Drops.





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