Win a Grand Tour of Europe's Capitals When You Play Extreme Roulette at Mr Green
Get ready to pack your bags as you might be jetting off on a tour of Europe’s most stunning cities with Mr Green’s Extreme Roulette tournament. This once-in-a-lifetime offer will be rewarding the most skilled players with a European escape and some great cash prizes.
What’s on Offer?
There will be three winners to come out of the Extreme Roulette promotion. The top prize is a grand tour of Europe’s most popular capitals or a cash alternative of £3,000.
The second prize is £500 and the player in third place will receive £250.
How to Play
The promotion will be active at Mr Green Casino from the 22nd until the 31st of March. To become one of the three winners, you will need to sign into the site during this time and start playing at any of Mr Green’s Live Extreme Roulette tables.
The winners will be the three players who place the biggest cash stakes, so you’ll need to spend big if you want to win big!
All of the qualifying Live Extreme Roulette tables during the promotion period will have a real time leaderboard on display so you can keep a close eye on the competition and your own position at all times.
Terms and Conditions
Extreme Live Roulette will be active from the 22nd to the 31st of March 2017. Only gameplay on qualifying tables during these dates will count towards the promotion.
A qualifying round of Roulette in this promotion is one made with real money when a player’s bet covers less than 70% of the possible outcomes on the wheel.
The holiday prize can be taken any time between the May 1st and July 1st. If the trip has not been booked by this time, the prize will be revoked.
It is the responsibility of the top prize winner to ensure that they have a valid passport and any other necessary travel documents.
It is also the responsibility of the winner to take care of any additional incidental costs not mentioned in the package description. This includes passenger tariffs or duties, surcharges, excess baggage fees, taxes and service charges.