As part of its ongoing offline activity newly launched Schleswig Holstein Licensed German online casino DrückGlück.de is offering 1,000,000 free spins to one lucky winning player submitting the best, funniest or most controversial video of the DrückGlück Brand.
The competition to send in the best video will be announced on the “DrückGlück.de TV Show” running on Sports 1, the largest sports channel in Germany. The winner will also be presented their prize during the Show in May giving all contestants just over 45 days to get filming!
Commented Michael Golembo, Marketing Chief of DrückGlück.de parent company SkillOnNet, “to our knowledge no online casino has ever given away 1,000,000 Free spins to one player before and as we don’t do things by halves at DrückGlück.de we thought it would be great to create the very first free spins millionaire in the online casino industry”
The competition is open to ALL DrückGlück players around the world who submit a video about DrückGlück and the only stipulation is the video should include a Glück(characters on the website representing good and bad luck ) and either the casino name or logo. Other than that anything goes!
Added Golembo, “and given that we have no wagering on wins from our free spins any money won on the million can be cashed out making it 1,000,000 Real CashFree Spins!”
This online video contest will be promoted worldwide by DrückGlück.de affiliate partners supported by localized media campaigns with a prize also going to the winning affiliate who sends the free spins millionaire.
DrückGlück.de is licensed in Schleswig Holstein powered by popular casino software giants SkillOnNet with slots from Merkur Gaming, NetEnt, NYX, GVG , Evolution and a host of others. Along with the Live interactive TV show DrückGlück is currently being TV advertised.
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