Springbok Casino Celebrates the Best of South African Food
Every month, South Africa’s favorite online casino takes a theme and runs with it for a number of weeks. Recently, the site celebrated the powerful animals on the African continent and paid tribute to the country’s wildlife. This month, however, Springbok Casino has turned to something more nourishing and is taking a look at native South African Food and Goodies.
The theme is carried through for the whole month of April and you’ll find lots of South African culinary treats on the Springbok Casino page. By the time you finish skimming the online casino, your mouth will be truly watering!
Springbok Casino features food such as braaibroodjie, meat delicacies such as biltong and droewors, as well as the sweetest of desserts – koeksisters and malva pudding.
And talking about sweet – Springbok Casino hasn’t forgotten its main focus – that of keeping South African players well entertained and rewarded.
In that vein, Springbok offers all South African online casino players, an April of free spins!
You can claim 25 free spins on the ever-popular slot game, Sweet 16!
Use the coupon code YUMMY to claim the offer, which will run at Springbok Casino until April 30th, 2020.
That’s right – one whole month full of yummy slot treats!
About Sweet 16 slot:
Sweet 16 slot is a fun and colorful slot game by the software group, Realtime Gaming (RTG). Despite its sweet title, the game is actually a powerhouse of bonus symbols to help you win big. You’ll see the symbols continue to morph until there are no more wins. Whenever you hit a winning combo, the win multiplier increases, and you could see your rewards get multiplied by up to 10 x. The lollypop symbol acts as the scatter and can trigger up to 16 free spins. During the free spins feature, the Morphing Symbols have the power to multiply wins up to 20 times!
The manager of Springbok Casino, Daniel van Wyk spoke about the South African Food and Goodies section that the online casino is running this month. “The foods we love are part of what makes us who we are,” he said. “It would be hard to find a South African who doesn’t love most of the foods we’re sharing in this month’s feature!”