Mr Green Casino is offering you a share of £2,000 this weekend – all you need to do is simply play the King of Slots NetEnt game.
If you fancy being royally entertained this weekend, play in Mr Green’s £2,000 tournament. Just play the King of Slots game by NetEnt this weekend to win 1 of 5 cash prizes. The top 5 players are rewarded with prizes ranging from £100 to £1,000:
- 1st Place: £1,000
- 2nd Place: £500
- 3rd Place: £250
- 4th Place: £150
- 5th Place: £100
Now, you can only play King of Slots on your desktop device (i.e. PC or laptop) with mobile/tablet play not valid. The promotion runs until tomorrow (Sunday the 22nd of November 2015) and the top 5 players are determined by the biggest % win from 20 consecutive spins.
Why King of Slots?
King of Slots is the latest release by Net Entertainment which has 5 reels and 25 paylines. Playable on desktop, mobile and tablet devices, it has a weird fruit and jewels theme and benefits from 2 bonus features. There’s a Sticky Win feature where winning symbols are held in place whilst the others spin – this gives you the chance to win time and time again from each spin.
Then you have the Free Spins feature which can reward you with up to 30 free spins. More importantly, all winnings are subject to a 3x multiplier with more free spins triggerable. There’s a whopping 3,000 times your stake available to be won in this feature! To play it for free and read all the details, read the King of Slots review.
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