BingoFest Hosts Deluxe Slots Tournament

23 November 2016

Bingo fest slots

Most online bingo rooms these days have a lot of online slots available as well. The idea behind this is to give players a bit of variety and to give them something that doesn't demand a chunk of time like traditional 75-ball and 90-ball bingo games do. BingoFest has a number of slots thanks to the Saucify software they use, and these games are being used in a big slot tournament running right now.

Details on the Tournament

This tournament event is running through November 27. The Deluxe Slots tournament keeps up with your total winnings at the reels on all of your winning spins, which is a different way to manage a slots tournament that we can never remember having seen before. The more winnings you have, the higher you'll go on the leaderboard. Once it's over, the top 20 positions on the leaderboard will win a share of the $3,000 prize pool.

First place in this event will win a cool $1,000 in cash, and the rest of the payouts are in bonuses. Second place earns $500, and you'll pick up $350 for third. Fourth is good for $250, and fifth will get you a $150 win. Places six through ten will be given $75 apiece, and if you place 11th through 15th, then you'll be given $50 as your reward. Finally, the places 16th through 20th get $25 bonuses each.

About BingoFest

As we mentioned above, BingoFest uses the Saucify software, and this gives them a number of different slots for players to choose from. They also offer up both 75-ball and 90-ball bingo, giving players options for the two most popular types of online bingo in the world. They are licensed in Costa Rica, and they accept US players.

This Deluxe Slots tournament event is a good example of the types of promotions that they put on to give players extra value for playing the games that they would be enjoying anyway. It's a great options if you love online slots, and you could win up to $1,000 by taking part in this event.

Sources

Press Release, Deluxe Slots Tourney bingofest.com, November 7, 2016

By Jesse Eddleman