Maria Casino Hosts Hunt for Happiness Promotion

12 June 2016

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Maria Casino carried out an interesting, informal study of 50,000 users on Twitter to find that Holmes Chapel was, according to their metrics, the most bored place in the United Kingdom. Along these lines, they have used Holmes Chapel as the setting for their Hunt for Happiness promotion that players can take part in thanks to Google Maps' street view feature. This takes the cake as one of the most innovative and atypical online casino promotions that we have seen in the industry for a very long time.

How to Go on the Hunt for Happiness

Here's how the Hunt for Happiness promotion works. Players can navigate along the streets of Holmes Chapel to try to find ten different treasures that have been hidden in town. Players can walk around the town virtually using the Google Street View feature, and this will give players a chance to find all ten hidden locations. If you complete this game and find all ten, then you'll be entered into a drawing for a prize worth £500.

A Different Spin on Casino Promotions

Maria Casino has done a great job putting this promotion together, and their informal study of 50,000 Twitter accounts found some interesting results as well. Cwmbach and Whitland came in second and third place, respectively, in terms of the most bored locations. The leastboard were Medway, Thanet and Gillingham, from first to third, respectively as well. This allowed them to put some meaning behind their choice of town for the virtual treasure hunting mission, and that makes the promotion even more interesting.

About Maria Casino

Maria Casino uses the Net Entertainment online casino software to give players a mix of some of the best online casino games running in today's environment. This selection includes the world record breaking Mega Fortune game and plenty of other high-quality video slots. They're also licensed in Malta, which means they have one of the strongest and most reputable licensing jurisdictions behind them. Overall, they have an excellent reputation for taking care of their players, and promotions like the Hunt for Happiness just goes to show that they can still mix it up in today's hyper-competitive environment.

By Jesse Eddleman