The Sky Vegas £250,000 Giveaway was announced at the beginning of the month and it is going to continue until December 31. Time is quickly running out for those who haven’t signed up yet, but it’s not too late to ask now. You need to play straight in the browser any of the games that qualify for this promotion. By doing so, you will earn tickets which in turn will allow you to enter the prize draw. With a guaranteed prize pool of €250,000, this giveaway is going to make plenty of players rich this month.
This new giveaway is the result of the casino wanting to celebrate the introduction of new games Fate Aisters is on the qualifying games and the other slot is Batman and the Joker Jewels. You won’t be able to play these games anywhere else for the time being, so you hit two birds with one stone. The wagering requirements aren’t crushing and each time you bet €10 or currency equivalent you will receive a token. It’s not even necessary to opt in for this promotion as you will be automatically enrolled.
Big payouts already dished out
The Sky Vegas £250,000 Giveaway actually started on December 12, so were more than half way through with this campaign. Over these two weeks, many players were presented with juicy payouts and many more are expected to win cash in the remaining seven days. The number of eligible slot has increased significantly over the last couple of days and includes the Age of the Gods series.
In order to simplify matters, the casino decided to divide this promotion in three chapters, each with its own draw. The first one took place on December 19 and the second is scheduled for December 28. This means that you still have the time to participate in the second stage of the competition and win the corresponding prizes. Tomorrow begins the third stage and even though it concludes on January 1, the raffle only takes place on January 3.
All those who have a real money account as well as new customers who have just signed up for one can participate. Players who were denied access to former promotions might be prevented from signing up. Winners should expect the casino to ask for extra papers to prove their identity and country of residence.