March Madness is back and it’s bigger than ever! From March 20th to March 27th, players can compete for a chance to win a grand prize of £2,500 and a total of £15,000 in winnings. All you need to do is spin popular slots from some of the biggest names in gaming including Pragmatic Play, Spinomenal, Microgaming, Wizard Games, and Ruby Play.
Qualifying March Madness games
Of course, there’s more to March Madness Promotion than just the grand prize. With 150 cash prizes available on a wide range of exciting slots, this March may just be the maddest yet! But before you dive in, there are a few important details to keep in mind.
First and foremost, the promotion runs from March 20-27 at 7 AM GMT. And it’s all in association with some of the most well-known providers in the business, including Pragmatic Play, Spinomenal, Microgaming, Wizard Games, and Ruby Play.
To qualify for a chance at the cash prizes, players must play on qualifying games from each of these providers. For Pragmatic Play, the qualifying games are Rainbow Gold, Clover Gold, Egyptian Fortunes, and John Hunter and the Tomb of the Scarab Queen. For Spinomenal, players can try their luck on Majestic King, Golden Piggy Bank, Book of Aphrodite, or Poseidons Rising. Microgaming games include Divine Riches Diana, Cash N Riches Megaways, and Pile Em Up, while Wizard Games has Joker Diamond on offer. Finally, Ruby Play games include Quest of Gods and Shake Shake Money Tree.
Go for high scores
The tournament is based on the sum of the single highest win in relation to betting. If multiple slots are selected with the Sum of Single Highest Win In Relation To Bet option. Therefore the best scores from all participating slots are summed up. For example, if a player spins £1 and wins £5, their score will be 5 according to the formula Win/Bet=Score. The minimum bet rate is £0.50.
£15,000 in prizes
And what about the prizes? The top prize is a whopping £2,500, while second place takes home £1,750, third place wins £1,250, and fourth place earns £1,000. Fifth place gets £750, while players in sixth through tenth place receive £500. From there, the prize amounts decrease, with the 11th through 20th place winners earning £150, the 21st through 30th place winners earning £100, and the 31st through 50th place winners getting £50. Even players who don’t make it into the top 50 can still walk away with something, as the 51st through 150th place winners earn between £10 and £25.
No wagering is required on money prizes, and cash prizes are subject to being withdrawn after being rewarded. Winners will be announced by 5 PM GMT on March 28, 2023.
It’s important to note that the total winnings from all March Madness Tournament Promotions are limited to £5,000. Moreover per customer, inclusive of any related accounts under Aspire Global-operated brands.
So what are you waiting for? Get spinning on those qualifying games and see if you have what it takes to win big in March Madness 2023!