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Tomorrow is yet another big day among a whole calendar of big days for Net Entertainment. It’s been a hugely successful year for NetEnt and, with the introduction of yet another major video slot tomorrow; Pyramid: Quest for Immortality, it doesn’t look as though there will be much let-up any time soon.
We know that all your favourite NetEnt casinos will be proudly presenting the newcomer, and you’ll be treated to a whole host of bonuses to enjoy when you do decide to try it out for yourself. As ever, keep your eye on this news section for the latest and greatest offers as they come in.
One of the first bonuses we heard about was this whopper from No Bonus Casino. If you opt to try Pyramid: Quest for Immortality on it’s release date tomorrow, the 22nd October (hardly a chore!), you can get 50% cashback. Here’s how it works:
Obviously, we hope you love your first play of Pyramid: Quest for Immortality but, if you don’t have a very successful initial game on the 22nd, and lose, No Bonus Casino will give 50% of the money you lost (up to €50) straight back to you the very next day. There are no wagering requirements on cash back money either, so you can use them on your favourite slots and, once you have enough to meet the minimum withdrawal amount, cash out!
Back in September, we gave you a sneak peek of how the latest game release from NetEnt, Pyramid: Quest for Immortality would look, and gave you a run through of all the special features it will enjoy when it hits casinos tomorrow.
The 5 reel, pyramid shaped (it displays 3 symbols in the first and fifth reel, 4 symbols in the second and fourth reel, and five in the centre reel) slot has an Ancient Egyptian theme- with symbols adorned with scarab beetles and hieroglyphics.
There are striking resemblances between the new game and the hugely popular Gonzo’s Quest; with falling symbols and the Avalanche Feature- when winning lines are created, the symbols that formed them will drop away. This may start a domino effect as, with every new winning line created, the avalanche continues and the multiplier builds up too. The end result can be very beneficial to players.
No bonus casino are the only casino (that we know of, at least) that never give bonuses. Instead, they always give players a percentage of their losses back- usually 5%- and, just occasionally, they announce huge cashback offers just like this one. We’ll most certainly be trying out Pyramid: Quest for Immortality for cash tomorrow and the peace of mind that a 50% cashback offer brings could, we’re guessing, be enough to convince you too.