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Registration Open for Royal Vegas’ Monthly Monster slot tournament

Mon, Jun 30, 3:52pm by Brad McGrath

Royal Vegas Casino ImageROYAL Vegas Online Casino is again giving Australian players the chance to win a share of AUD $30,000, with its Monthly Monster slots tournament getting underway today.

The tournament costs $25 to enter with the top 30 players on Microgaming slot Immortal Romance receiving $1000 each when the tournament finishes.

In a slots tournament, each player tries their luck on the same slot game, with the person who wins the most money declared the winner at the end of the allotted time.

The Monthly Monster slots tournament runs from June 30 to July 6, but there are shorter tournaments that are constantly being held at RV.

If you are eliminated from a monthly tournament you can re-buy while it is also to possible to buy into the tournament when they have already began.

Tournament play at RV is only available through its PC download but this a small hindrance when you’re talking about winning thousands of dollars.

While slots tournaments and blackjack tournaments are the most popular at RV they have plenty of other tourneys available.

As soon as you enter a tournament at RV you go into their ‘lucky draw’ to win $500 and if you’re eliminated without cashing you go in a draw to win real world prizes.

Royal Vegas is currently giving players a cash back bonus, where they give you 10 per cent of all money that you lose back to you in casino credit.

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