Grand Slam of Slots leaderboard @ 32Red Casino#META#

The Grand Slam of Slots Leaderboard at 32Red Casino is a simple wagering competition that helps players win a ticket to play in the Grand Slam of Slots – a massive online slots tournament that is offering an unbelievable prize pool of €1.3 million. With a massive €1 million prize going to the first place winner, plus other cash prizes all the way down to 450th place, this is one of the largest slots tournaments in the history of online gaming.

To get a free ticket for the Grand Slam of Slots final event, 32Red Casino members have to earn points by playing their favorite online slots. For every 10 chips wagered, players get 1 point. Players will be ranked on a leaderboard according to how many points they have earned. At the end of each day the player at the top will win a free ticket for the Grand Slam of Slots Final. The leaderboard gets updated every 15 minutes so players can easily check to see where they stand.

About Grand Slam of Slots
The Grand Slam of Slots tournament will be played on the Tomb Raider slot game between October 22 and November 2. Along with the staggering prize pool of €1.3 million, there will be special prizes for 32 lucky players from 32Red Casino.

About 32Red Casino
The competition is open to real-money players only. If you are not yet a 32Red Casino member, register for a new account today, and claim one of their two amazing sign-up bonuses! Choose either $32 free on a first deposit of $10, or grab a big a 6-Pack Bonus filled with free chips and free games. Then, just start playing slots, and see if you can spin your way to that awesome €1,000,000 prize!

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