First Slot Survivor World Series concluded

Published October 5, 2012 by OCR Editor

First Slot Survivor World Series concluded

The first Slot Survivor World Series ever held finished last week amid great fanfare

Red Flush Casino player A.M. proved to have what it takes when she won the Slot Survivor World Series on 23 September last week.

A.M. won the distinction of being the first ever Slot Survivor World Series winner, as well as a luxury African safari worth $20 000.

"Well done, A.M. - you sincerely deserved first place and the Slot Survivor team thoroughly enjoyed watching the speed, skill and enthusiasm you displayed throughout the tournament," said Red Flush Casino promotions manager Alex Roberts.

A.M. won the series with a whopping 6 722 points, with a leading margin of more than 2 000 points on her closest competitor's score. Preferring slot games like Jane Blonde, the Australian gamer quickly climbed to the top of the leaderboard and stayed there.

The Slot Survivor World Series kicked off 20 August, with three weeks of three qualifying rounds, followed by a two week-long final round. A grand total of $150 000 was given away in cash, prizes and rewards during that period, thousands each week - the most ever given away during a Slot Survivor World Series.

This was the seventh Slot Survivor ever held, with Slot Survivor tournaments dating back to 2008. However, 2012 marked the first Slot Survivor World Series, which showcased the tournament on a grander scale than ever before seen.

Aside from A.M. some of the winning players were second place winner A.G., who earned herself a Samsung 55-inch LED television and 3D Blu-ray Smart Hub Home Cinema System. Player A.V., who won third place and Samsung Series 7 Slate and fourth place B.Z. who won a Samsung Series 9 laptop.

More information on winners and results of the series can be found on the Slot Survivor website.

Roberts said the team was already looking ahead to begin work on the next Slot Survivor World Series, set to take place sometime in 2013.

"This past Slot Survivor World Series was the biggest Slot Survivor ever staged in a number of ways. The tournament played out smoothly with plenty of thrills and spills, and the team is delighted with the outcome," said Roberts.

Although the Slot Survivor World Series 2012 is over, other competitions and rewards offering big prizes are still up for grabs at both Slot Survivor World Series host casinos, Casino La Vida and Red Flush Casino.

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