Omni Casino, a gaming site regularly frequented by South African gamblers, has just launched its new fall-themed slots tournament. The Fall into Cash tourney will be giving away R140,000 in prizes to lucky players, running until the end of the month, September 30th. Players will be able to enjoy multi-level fun in a unique framework, with prizes awarded at all betting levels.
Unlike other slots tournaments, where players are expected to register or opt in so that they can start playing, Omni Casino makes participation in the Fall into Cash tournament automatic and free as soon as you begin playing the qualifying slots in the tournament. Players can join the tournament rankings any time they wager R7.50 or higher in real money on any 15 – 50 line slot game of their choice, per spin. For each of these spins, players are awarded a tournament spin point which will go towards their average bet range for the whole tournament.
It is important to keep tabs on your progress throughout the Fall into Cash tournament as you will want to know how you are faring. To do so, simply visit the casino lobby or the tournament webpage at Omni Casino every Monday, Wednesday and Friday to watch your progress.
We mentioned that this tournament is a multi-level one, due to the fact that it caters for three different betting ranges of slots wagering. Low bettors, high rollers and anyone in between will find a betting range they are comfortable with and will enable them to play at the level of their choice.
There are several ways to increase your points in the tournament, besides the regular way of spinning the superb Playtech slots at the casino. The first is the R5,000 prize booster – if you manage to spin your way past 120,000 spin points throughout the entire tournament, Omni Casino will award you an extra R5,000 in addition to your regular prize.
In addition, if you happened to play at Omni Casino before the start of the tournament (ie. from September 1st to 14th), you will be able to claim a points boost, which is also added to your final total. In this way, you can add up to 2,500 points to your final tournament total!