Tennis-Themed Slots Celebrate the French Open

Published June 6, 2014 by OCR Editor

Tennis-Themed Slots Celebrate the French Open

Winner Casino celebrates the famous French Open with a bonus to all players who play the Playtech slot game, Tennis Stars.

It is the favorite time of year for many tennis fans around the world - the time of the Roland Garros, or the French Open, taking place in France until June 8, 2014. Roland Garros is not only the largest tennis tournament of the year, but it is also considered the most physically challenging, and thus, the most exciting to watch.

Tennis-Themed Slots

To celebrate the French Open, Winner Casino is giving their players the option to play their casino game, Tennis Stars, risk-free over the coming weekend. Tennis Stars is a 5-reel, 40-payline slot game designed by Playtech, and includes Wilds, Scatters and a jackpot of 5,000 coins. 

To take advantage of the special, players just need to log into their accounts, play the game and get up to £10 back if they don't win. The money will be deposited back into players' accounts within 48 hours, in the original currency that they played with.

The French Open

Given the popularity of the French Open, it's no wonder that Winner Casino wants to jump on the bandwagon and entice their players with it. The French Open can be recognized by its unique red clay field, which consists of three layers: limestone, clinker and the last, crushed red brick. The French Open is generally televised all over the world, and has its own YouTube channel which fans can watch to stay up to date on the latest news.

The Grand Slam

The French Open is one of four historic tennis tournaments which make up the famous Grand Slam. The others are the Australian Open, Wimbledon and the US Open. The term "Grand Slam" was coined in 1933, when Australian player Jack Crawford won the Australian Internationals, Roland Garros and Wimbledon. 

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See also

Nadal vs Djokovic Odds for French Open

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All Eyes Turn to Wimbledon After French Open


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