(PRESS RELEASE) -- Fans of the Wu-Shi Lion Dance online slots game can rejoice! Bingo3x is currently running an amazing bingo slots promotion where you could play for a share of £1,000, and all you have to do is play an amazing game! Dancing is an activity that can easily make you rich nowadays and this promo will help you to understand why. Bingo3x has a promo which challenges you to "do the Wu-Shi Lion Dance," and the best performing roomies will be rewarded for their fancy footwork. This promo began on Sunday 9th September and is set to conclude on Sunday 23rd.
Basically, this promo is a bingo slots race to place among the top 100 finishers at Wu-Shi Lion dance. To perform well in this promo and climb high up the leaderboard it’s relatively simple: generate as much winnings as possible. The top 100 winners will be given a share of the £1,000 prize fund based on their final position, with the top five taking the lion’s share and the remaining 95 getting £5 each:
• First place – £250
• Second place – £150
• Third place – £75
• Fourth place – £50
• Fifth place – £25
Bingo3x is giving everyone a great chance to bag a tidy win in this promo and it will all be while playing a slots game – wuhoo! Bingo3x believes in not just offering bingo games, but money and enjoyment as well – this promo proves it! Play Wu-Shi Lion Dance and you will be plunged into an immersive bingo slots experience that will introduce you to the stunning sights and sounds of China. There are lots of little quirks in this five-reel 25-paylines slot and plenty to discover – learn the Wu-Shi Lion Dance at Bingo3x now. Time is ticking away on this £1,000 slots promotion!
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