As we get closer to the festive season, it’s time to spend time with family and friends and Roobet is hosting. Join in on Mr. Roo’s Family Feast and stand a chance to score a share of $100,000 in cash prizes.
How to stand a chance to win the family jewels
After his Halloween scare-fest, the elusive Mr. Roo is kicking off the festive season with his family and friends. To join in on the celebrations, all you need to do is register an account and bet $10 or more on any of the casino’s games.
Every $10 you bet will earn you a ticket into the lucky draw. However, if you place $10 in bets on any Pragmatic Play games, you’ll earn double the number of tickets.
There’s no time to lose, either. Roobet’s Family Feast is only available from 10 to 21 November. So, head over and start grabbing as many tickets as you can. The more tickets you collect, the better your chances of winning. But keep in mind you only need one ticket to win!
You can keep track of the number of tickets you’ve earned by clicking on the banner at the top of the Roobet homepage.
The lucky winners will walk away with cash prizes
Once the last plate has left the table, 40 lucky Roobetters will each win $2,500 in cash. That’s not all, though. During the 11-day celebration, you will also have the chance to enter a number of flash events across all of Roobet’s social media platforms. So be sure to follow Roobet on your social media platform of choice.
A Tasty Treat courtesy of Pragmatic Play
To celebrate the Roobet Family Feast, Pragmatic Play is bringing their latest game to the table.
Sweet Bonanza Candyland is based on the game provider’s oh-so-popular Sweet Bonanza slot. The slot offers a number of exciting bonus features including Sweet Spins, Candy Drops, and Sugar Bombs. It also offers the chance to win up to 20,000x your bet. So, if you are looking for a sweet treat, then Sweet Bonanza Candyland is for you.
To add to this delicious deal, you’ll also earn DOUBLE tickets for Roo’s $100,000 Family Feast lucky draw when playing Sweet Bonanza Candyland.
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