Another FREE slots tournament coming your way!

18 February 2011

Want to win some free cash playing online slots? Games and Casino is making it possible–AGAIN! In our 3rd Games and Casino Exclusive Slot Tournament, we’re featuring a $250 prize pool with both an extended qualifying window (from now until March 15th) and an extended tournament time frame (from March 1 to March 31).

Here are the specifics in bold and bulleted glory for easy reference:

We’ll keep covering the tournament over the next coming weeks as your gentle reminder (errr…kick in the pants) to take advantage of the free money we’re throwing your way! Don’t let someone else take your free cash!

Let the smack talk begin!

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