Alex Czajkowski, CEO of eGaming 2.0's new 3D online casino Buzzluck.com has developed an appealing promo for his players through a competition where the winner will be virtually copied to become part of the casino's virtual 3D lobby.

The promo gives traditional bonusing a refresh - while still offering generous sign-up bonuses. But it's Buzzluck.com's new "Lost in the Lobby" promotion that's generating the most buzz. By navigating through the new RTG-powered casino's unique 3D Lobby, manoeuvring around the interactive celebrities and other guests, players will hunt for a secret bonus.

"And that bonus is just the beginning," says Czajkowski. "Everyone who finds and uses that secret bonus code is also entered into a contest to win a VIP trip for two to Los Angeles."

There, the winner will be limo'ed to Buzzluck.com's studios and immortalised on video to be embedded as an honoured guest in the 3D Lobby itself. After that, they'll be whisked off to party at the infamous Playboy Mansion.

Buzzluck.com's other unique feature, the Live Lounge, is also delivering free cash to players. Recently extended to four nights a week, 8-11pm BST Thursdays through Sundays, players watching the online shows can receive instant cash bonuses just by participating in chat with the show hosts.

"We're the only online casino in the world with a video-streamed show where you can chat with the host in real time, the ebbullient marketing exec says. "We've got a huge, international core audience now that are loving the eclectic and zany Live Lounge, telling the host what to do, what to play. It's like a crazy party online, and strangely compelling viewing. And they're finding it pays to watch, as participants are frequently rewarded with cash for the casino."

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