Weekends are already great, but a player at BitStarz managed to make it fantastic as he landed a total of $112,402 while playing Eye of Ra!
Monday, Jun 5, 2017 – Amatic games at BitStarz have never been hotter than right now!
There has been plenty of big wins being landed at BitStarz lately, and yesterday, it was time again. Surprisingly it was yet another Amatic game that made one lucky player extra happy as he raked in an incredible $112,402 during an evening of intense playing.
This time, it was Eye of Ra who stood for the massive payout with the largest single spin rewarded him with the godlike sum of $67,522. This particular slot has an ancient egyptian theme and is just as volatile as the other slots from Amatic.
To note as well is that this is the 3rd largest win in BitStarz history, which gives an extra indication of the magnitude of this amazing win. This makes Amatic responsible for 4 out of the 5 biggest wins in the casino, ever.
So, if you’re looking for the hottest slots provider out there, you can stop searching right now. It’s not a question of “If” these slots will pay out big again, but “when” they will do it. Amatic is the name, and the best place to play these games right now is without a doubt, BitStarz!
Bitstarz.com offers games of several different providers in a hybrid multi-currency environment and is one of the leading bitcoin casinos on the market, always on the front line of releasing new and exciting games. They’re also top-ranked among over a thousand casinos on the world renowned casino review site AskGamblers.
The Marketing Manager of BitStarz, Srdjan Kapor commented,
“Amatic, again? That was the first thing that crossed my mind when I saw this big win, haha. It’s fantastic to see yet another player here land a massive win and at this point I’m willing to put my money on that next big win will be on an Amatic game as well. Congratulations to the lucky player!”.
Images courtesy of Bitstarz
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