‘Naughty or Nice’ R25000 Freeroll Slots Tournament Hosted by Springbok and Thunderbolt

‘Naughty or Nice’ R25000 Freeroll Slots Tournament Hosted by Springbok and Thunderbolt

If you’re a fan of spinning the reels, then you will be happy to hear that two of South Africa’s top online casinos, Springbok, and Thunderbolt, have joined forces to host a huge freeroll slots tournament during the month of December. Each site is well-equipped with hundreds of gaming options, powered by Realtime Gaming (RTG).

Members can join in on the fun via play on the holiday-themed, Naughty or Nice slot game, available for both traditional online and mobile play. There is no entry fee required, and players have until December 31st to rack up the highest score, for an R25,000 prize.

Springbok manager, Daniel van Wyk, commented, “We don’t usually guarantee such a large tournament prize pool. By teaming up with Thunderbolt Casino, though, we can offer players at both casinos a chance to win really big prize money!”

Head to the site to take part in this exciting tournament, without the added risk of an entry free. It’s absolutely free to participate, and you’ll be well on your way to a massive prize, while enjoying lucrative features and a spirited theme on the Naughty or Nice slot.

  • I like the idea of playing at the Thunderbolt Casino, because if I ever want to really low roll I can play there in South African Rand. At the current exchange rate a player can get a lot of play for his or her money and I guess that the minimum deposit must also be quite low. I tried this tournament too it was fun. I am tempted to deposit here but haven't just yet although I have heard the casino has a solid reputation.
  • How cool! Springbok is my go to Casino when i play RTG, because i can play in ZAR, meaning i get more bang for my Euro :) It's funny cause i can sort of feel like a high roller when i am betting 100 a spin..which is still only like 5 euro ^.^ I haven't yet played at Thunderbolt, and don;t know much about them, but i am pretty sure they aren't part of the JPC Group, which means this co-op is by two rivaling Casino's, with the only common denominator being they are both South African! I think that is awesome, and i really hope more rivaling casinos will follow suit.

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