SYDNEY–(BUSINESS WIRE)–May is already looking pretty juicy down at Juicy Stakes Casino. This month, it’s all about celebrating our favourite Betsoft games, while giving our lovely players something to celebrate – like cash prizes and free spins.
First up, there’s our May Slots Tournament, where we’re giving away $2,000 in cash prizes. But hurry up because the tournament ends May 9. There’s still time to work your way up the leaderboard into the money. All you have to do is play our featured Betsoft slots Stay Frosty, Return to Paris, or Safari Sam 2 to earn points, with one point allocated for each $0.50 spin. And each point takes you closer to the money. There are 16 prizes in all and a first prize of $400!
We know you’re going to love the featured Betsoft games. Stay Frosty is a winter wonderland packed inside a 5×4 slot. Let’s just say it’s way more fun than a snow globe!
Meanwhile, Return to Paris is the sequel to the hugely successful Night in Paris. It’s a crazy cops and robbers cartoon caper starring a devious burglar intent on robbing the Louvre. And there’s more cartoon fun with Safari Sam 2, as we join the intrepid explorer Sam and his wife, Pam, on safari.
But our May Slot of the Month is Betsoft’s Primal Wilderness, a forest adventure with 1,024 ways to win and the chance to hit up to 3,130 x your bet.
You can get yourself up to 100 free spins on Primal Wilderness throughout the month every time you deposit. Just remember to use our special codes when loading your account to claim your free spins.
John Murphy, manager of Juicy Stakes Casino, said: “Like we always say, you’ve got to be in it to win it, and there’s a mountain of promos and giveaways at Juicy Stakes this month for those of you prepared to take the plunge. May is all about great Betsoft games and there are cash prizes and free spins galore to celebrate.”
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