Spinomenal has officially announced St. Patrick’s Day celebrations with the launch of its festive tournament “St. Patrick Treasures”.
This particular Green tournament will feature some of Spinomenal’s most popular Irish-themed games such as Irish Treasures, Lucky Mrs. Patrick & Irish Lucky Dice, and as well latest special dedicated St. Patrick releases- Book of Clovers & Lucky Mr. Patrick, which already showed great results in their pre-releases.
“St. Patrick Treasures” tournament will take place between March 15th- March 31st and carry a prize pool of €25,000. The golden prize will be shared between those lucky spinners who will finish amongst the tournament’s top 150 players. Each player can follow his ranking in real-time through the leader board, displayed in each of the participating games.
The rules are quite simple- While playing each of the participating games, each win rewards a player with a score based on the win multiplier (for example, if a player waged 1 EUR and won 10 EUR, he will be rewarded with 10 points). The accumulated points for each win will be presented in the top bar that is displayed in each of the participating games, and players can jump from one participating game to another, while the progress in the top bar will be kept. Points received will be summed up throughout the tournament period.
The more points a player collects, the higher his position in the leaderboard will be, and more likely to reach 1st place that carries the first prize of €4,000.
Nir Ronen, Chief Operation Officer at Spinomenal: “St. Patrick’s celebrations are one of the unique events in our planned calendar each year. The Irish-themed games have proven themselves as very popular in various markets. Of course, past years’ experience and numbers had taught us that players are eager for such special events that are happy, full of color, and above all gives operators, such as ourselves, a reason to launch such a special Network promotion.
I look forward to this tournament and seeing its results, as this is the first tournament we have set for St. Patrick’s Day.”