Saturday, February 3, 2018

Enter $150K Mardi Gras Bonus Contest At Intertops

Latest Casino Bonuses
Enter $150K Mardi Gras Bonus Contest At Intertops
Enter $150K Mardi Gras Bonus Contest At Intertops

High-roller punters and enthusiasts alike will be thrilled to hear that the super-hot Mardi Gras competition at Intertops Casino has commenced, offering weekly prizes in the amount of $30,000 USD! Whilst contesting for $150,000 bonus, players with the largest stack of points will seize the opportunity to collect whopping prizes and scoop accompanying weekly rewards.

The contest runs each week until March 5th, and it provides a unique chance for 300 random players to grab $500 in cash! Other participants will also get rewarded during irregular draws, as there are various approaches to winning.

Weekly Leaderboard prizes carry a $30K pool with 300 winners each week, and the promotion’s end offers $1,000 in real cash with no wagering requirements! Fifty more players will be randomly selected to win free bonuses every Thursday. According to Intertops’ manager, the scoreboard gets really hot over the weekend, as players fight for positions and bonus awards provided on Monday.

The first 20 players on the leaderboard enter a final draw for $1,000 in winnings. Important to realize is that no playthrough terms are included and money can be withdrawn at any time. This year’s Mardi Gras, or Fat Tuesday, falls on February 13th and it refers to Carnival celebrations usually 47 days before Easter. Since the Chinese New Year occurs only a couple of days later (February 16th), Intertops casino has decided to celebrate this occasion by throwing in a new Chinese-themed slot from Realtime Gaming.

Find your luck and happiness on Fu Chi, Fantasy Mission Force or next week’s Shanghai Lights, which celebrate China’s famous actors, cities and culture. All releases are available online in desktop or mobile version, featuring double wins, free spin rounds and exceptional scatter options. All details regarding the Mardi Gras’ competition are displayed on the operator’s site.


Post a Comment