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“The first $250,000 Slots Slayers slots tournament last summer was really popular. This time we’ve made it even more interactive,” said Jackpot Capital Casino manager Oliver Smith. “We’re giving away more than a quarter million dollars again. But this time the players get to choose which games will be played each week. So they can choose the games they’re best at!”
Two slots armies will each be assigned four slots games for their seven-day battle. The army with the most game-play at the end of the week wins. Every week, players who reach the top of the winning army’s Scoreboard will split a $30,000 jackpot.
Jackpot Capital players earn points just by betting and depositing. The Slots Slayers Scoreboard lists top point earners by rank. Every Monday beginning April 15 until June 10, 350 players may qualify to win cash with $600 going to the top scorer on the winning team.
Registered Jackpot Capital players can vote for next week’s games from today April 8, until Sunday April 14. Voting and contest details are at http://promotions.jackpotcapital.eu/slotslayersplus. Weekly voting will take place beginning April 8th, and the games begin April 15th.
Throughout the competition, players that deposit on Mondays and Tuesdays will be eligible for Hump Day Crediting. Every Wednesday, 50-100 players will receive bonus coupons.
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