Intertops Casino Players Compete for Top Prizes during $120,000 Oktoberfest Bonus Competition
Thursday 7th September 2017
It's Oktoberfest at Intertops Casino (http://casino.intertops.eu) and they're celebrating Munich's famous festival of beer with their $120,000 Oktoberfest casino bonus event. You and other Intertops Casino players will be competing against each other for top bonuses. Every week, 300 players will win up to $500 each.
"You don't need a dirndl or lederhosen to enjoy the party," said Intertops' casino manager. "We're bringing the fun of Germany's annual beerfest to YOU!"
From now until October 2nd, Intertops Casino will award you $30,000 in casino bonuses every week if you play frequently. You automatically earn frequent player points when you play any of the casino's hundreds of games from Realtime Gaming. You can earn points by playing download or instant play games on your desktop or laptop computer, or by playing in the mobile casino on your smartphone or tablet.
Video: Players Compete with Each Other for $120,000 in Oktoberfest Bonuses
Intertops Casino players earn points for playing and compete for top casino bonuses.
All players that make it to the top twenty any week of the promotion will be entered in a final draw for a $1000 cash prize with no wagering requirements.
You are ranked on a Scoreboard according to your points. Moving up one or two positions can mean winning hundreds more, so competition between you and other players can be very intense.
There will also be weekly random draws for another $5000 that you can win even if you only play occasionally.
Intertops Casino, one of the world's oldest and most trusted online casinos, offers one of the best selections of slots and table games available. Later this month they'll launch Dragon Orb (https://casino.intertops.eu/en/slots/285-dragon-orb), a magical new Oriental-themed slot game with a sticky expanding wild.
Oktoberfest bonus details and current scoreboard rankings are available at http://casinopromotions.intertops.eu/oktoberfest2017.
Oktoberfest was first held in 1810 to celebrate Bavarian Crown Prince Ludwig's marriage. That year festivities were in October, but when the event was repeated in following years it eventually began starting in September when the evenings are warmer.