Danish Online Slot Player Takes Home Big Prize

Published Thursday, November 12, 2009 - Online-Casinos.com

The Geisha Wonders slot at the Bet 24 web site paid off big recently as a lucky individual from Denmark took home the cash. The slot machine delivered 264,667. euros to the winner known as Casper P of Copenhagen Denmark. The online gambler hit the jackpot while playing this type of slot game for the first time. The good fortune that the winner has experienced has left him speechless and a little taken aback. Plans to spend the prize have not been made by Casper P as yet but are in the making.

Bet 24 is company that began in 2001 and is ninety percent owned since 2006 by the Swedish media company Modern Times Group. MTG is listed on the Stockholm Stock Exchange and operates television broadcasters to many eastern European countries from Scandinavia to the Baltic region MTG provides programming in sports and other entertainment. Powered by Parspro software which is a complete betting system and service provider. Operators that operate betting on the Internet, Live betting, Mobile, WAP, KIOSK, and Digital Television all use this platform. The Parspro LiveBetting solution enables the betting operator to run live bets during a sports match. One of the fastest growing betting segments, Parspro provides betting operators with a turn key solution from hardware to software and services. The Geisha Wonders slot has a colourful oriental theme as its backdrop and is an action-packed, entertaining and rewarding as Casper P can confirm. This 5 reel 30 pay line game has all the trimmings, Players can qualify for the coveted top prize, the progressive jackpot. The game has regular features like wild symbols, scatters and bonus symbols. The Tranquillity Buddha is the wild symbol that substitutes all other symbols except the scatter and jackpot symbols to complete a winning combination. The Geisha is a scatter icon and three or more of them interspersed in any direction on the five reels trigger the rewarding free spin bonus round.



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