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Casino.com Launches Brand New £100,000 Venice Tournament Promotion

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Casino.com has launched a brand new casino tournament.

Mansion Casino is set to host a €100,000 Roulette Championship at the world’s oldest casino in Venice; the Casino di Venezia. So, to celebrate, Mansion Casino sister site Casino.com has launched its own tournament where players can win a seat at the roulette championship event.

The popular online casino, which we praised for its huge range of games and numerous promotions, launched its Venice Tournament today where 15 lucky players can win a buy-in at the championship as well as two-night accommodation in Venice. Other prizes include between 10 and 25 Golden Chips which can be used on select table games and are only valid for seven days.

To be in for a chance to win, players must opt-in to the promotion at Casino.com. According to the site, the promotion will run between Thursday, October 10th, and Wednesday, October 23rd. Players who participate will earn one point for every £1 wagered on any game or 2 points for every £1 wagered on live casino games. The total points will be tallied and added onto the Venice Tournament leaderboard.

The top 15 players will be awarded the best prizes while an additional 8 prizes will be offered via a raffle draw to users who accumulate over 500 leadership points. Casino.com hasn’t revealed what the additional prizes are but we can only expect them to be big.

Casino.com’s Venice Tournament is running now. Enter by clicking the giant green button below and opting-in to the promotion. Good luck.

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