Unibet’s Staggering £50,000 Prize Pool Begins

April is officially here and with it a lot of wet weather has moved in, or at least it has in the UK, and so it feels like there’s little to be excited about, as we all wonder when spring will break through the clouds. Perhaps knowing how unpredictable these months can be, or maybe simply because they’re a prestigious casino, Unibet has decided to create a £50,000 prize pool.

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This serious amount of money is up for grabs via daily jackpots, with the top prize set at £10,000, available to any real cash players brave enough to tackle the enormous catalog of pokies that Unibet offers. If this all sounds too good to be true, there is a slight hiccup in this prize draw, in that it’s only available until April 15th, meaning potential users only have five days (and counting) to get involved.

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Anyone can take part in this incredible deal, no matter if you’re recently new to the brand or have been doing the rounds for several months now; the most important thing is that you get started. There’s a total of 16 games that you can play in order to win those juicy cash prizes, activities such as Rainbow Jackpots and Totem Lightning, with the full list presented upon the Tournaments page.

Due to the fact that this is a competition, it of course means that you’re up against all the other players at Unibet, or at least the ones that take part, and so the heat is on. Only the top 200 gamers will get a slice of that £50,000 prize, and so qualifying beyond the first round is a must for all you highrollers out there. To help you along your way, any wagers made on the permitted slots will need to be worth 0.10 or over, otherwise it won’t be counted towards your total.

If this sounds like an impossible task, especially because of being a day or two behind the starting pistol, don’t worry. Should you take a look at the top 200 table, you’ll see that the 200th player only (currently) has 623 rounds to their name, a figure that could still realistically be beaten. That being said, if you’re only aiming for the bottom tier of the table, your winnings will only be around the £20 mark, rather than the big crown jewel that is the £10,000 first place prize.

To be a part of this prize pool, you need to login to your account or register to become a member, then head to the promo page so that you can opt in – failing to opt in will mean you miss out on the offer. Plain and simple. The full details of all the terms can be found on both the promotions page and the competition one, with Unibet claiming that all cash prizes will merely be credited to users once the promo is finished. And so it would seem that there’s no official announcements being made or any other such ‘ceremonies. Speaking of the cash prize you’ll receive, it’s a real money win, meaning that the money comes with no wagering requirements for you to overcome before proceeding to withdrawals.