15 BTC in January Tournaments at mBit Casino!

Place/Date: - January 6th, 2017 at 1:11 pm UTC · 2 min read
Source: mBit Casino

After running a December Slots Tournament that was wildly successful, mBit Casino; a leading online Bitcoin Casino, has decided to run two more tournaments this month. Throughout January, you can play either slots or table games at mBit Casino and you’ll be entered into one of these tournaments for free!

The contest is already underway (starting on January 1st), and it will run through the entire month. To participate, simply play any of their slots to earn points towards the 10 BTC Slots Tournament, or play table games to earn points towards the 5 BTC Table Games Tournament! Whoever has the most points in each contest by January 31st at 11:59 PM UTC wins the top prize, and a total of 40 players will win!

Slots Tournament Prize Pool

1st Place: 1.75 BTC
2nd Place: 1.25 BTC
3rd Place: 1.00 BTC
4th Place: 0.750 BTC
5th Place: 0.500 BTC
6th-10th Place: 0.300 BTC
11th-20th Place: 0.200 BTC
21st-30th Place: 0.125 BTC

Table Games Tournament Prize Pool

1st Place: 1 BTC
2nd Place: 0.750 BTC
3rd Place: 0.650 BTC
4th Place: 0.550 BTC
5th Place: 0.450 BTC
6th Place: 0.400 BTC
7th Place: 0.350 BTC
8th Place: 0.300 BTC
9th Place: 0.275 BTC
10th Place: 0.275 BTC

mBit Casino has an expansive offering of both slots and table games from top software providers including Amatic, Endorphina, GameArt, Mr. Slotty, BetSoft, NetEnt, SoftSwiss, iSoftBet and more. With everything from bonus features to wild re-spins and the lure of big jackpots, their games are sure to keep you entertained with hours of excitement!

On top of the tournaments that are available, mBit Casino also has one of the most rewarding VIP Programs available anywhere. The program was designed with the player in mind, and it rewards its members at all levels, from small players to high rollers. This is one of many reasons that Bitcoin Casino enthusiasts have been moving to mBit Casino.

Disclaimer: mBit Casino is the source of this content. Virtual currency is not legal tender, is not backed by the government, and accounts and value balances are not subject to FDIC and other consumer protections. This press release is for informational purposes only.