LONDON -- (PRESS RELEASE) -- The top 25 players in last week’s “Lotto Mania” slots tournament at Crystal Spin Casino split $50,000 in prize money with the first-place winner, a retired teacher now living in Florida, winning $25,000. The next $100K slots tournament is now underway, to be followed by another in March.
“We always get a good turnout for tournaments,” said Crystal Spin casino’s manager. “A $100,000 prize pool is quite a draw! The Lotto Mania Tournament was particularly popular, though – seems as though players really like the new game!”
Lotto Mania is a lottery-themed video slot - a 5-reel, 25-payline slots game with the thrills of a high-stakes lottery. Three or more of the high-paying Champagne scatter symbols trigger up to 20 free spins. A bursting Piggy Bank is the wild symbol. Three or more Bonus Bubbles – magic lotto balls in a glass dome - win up to 1,000 bonus points.
“I buy lottery tickets all the time,” said the excited slots tournament winner. “I never seem to win more than I spend, so I just can’t believe I’ve won $25,000 playing slots!”
Players have five more days to accumulate points in the current $100K Presidents Tournament. The National Anthem Tournament starts right after that, March 1–5. Dates and games for the $100K Spring Tournament will be announced soon.
Crystal Spin Casino features dozens of casino games including several slots games with million-dollar jackpots. The Monster Madness jackpot is currently over $2.2 million. The Bingo jackpot is approaching $2 million and the Stars and Stripes jackpot is just over $1 million. Offering a wide variety of deposit and withdrawal methods, Crystal Spin Casino welcomes players from around the world.
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