Better bring a daily visit to Bet-at-home
Published on by Adam
The new Netent Casino Bet-at-home thinks life is a game and therefore, besides offering many Netent casino games, invented some hilarious wagering with which they show some simple but creative thinking and a good sense of humor. The first game is a frolic day by day 50 euro “Winner of the day” election that becomes more interesting every day as long as anybody can be the winner, but nobody wins the jackpot.
One can’t deny the light sarcasm of the daily “Winner of the day election” action at Bet-at-home casino. Every day they completely randomly choose a registered player to be the Winner of the day and as soon as this player logs in on his or her account before 11:59pm (GMT +1) they win a price of at least € 50 in cash.
However, if this doesn’t happen and the price is not claimed by the log on of the winner of the day, the € 50 is added to form a jackpot that keeps growing as long as no daily winners log on to claim their prizes.
So if today, 05-01-2013, “Karin S. (15***365) from Germany doesn’t claim her € 900, tomorrow’s Winner of the day could claim € 950 and if you have an account at Bet-at-home you’d better check every day if your name is selected or not, or you might miss out on some substantial doe, as did Thilo F. (13***632), yesterday’s Winner of the day and also from Germany, who didn’t log on yesterday and therefore added his € 50 to the already existing € 850 jackpot he obviously didn’t win.
Karin from Germany still has got enough time to make a very lucrative log on and we still have got enough time to create an account at Bet-at-home to at least have a chance to be randomly picked as winner of the day and win the jackpot. And while doing so we’ll of course enjoy their welcome bonus for new players of 100% bonus on our first deposit with a maximum of € 100.
Check out Bet-at-home casino over here where you’ll also find a direct link to their website. For more information about Netent Casino bonuses and promotions you can have a look on the dedicated page following this link.