Pragmatic Play’s Drops and Wins Back for Another Year

Leading software and content provider Pragmatic Play has announced its popular Drops and Wins tournament is back for another year. Beginning the 9th of February the promotion runs through until the same date in 2023.

Sought After Promotion

Pragmatic Play are industry veterans providing elite products to operators and the Drops and Wins is undoubtedly the most sought-after promotion within the industry. Operators can easily integrate Pragmatic’s Drops and Wins promotion which pays out huge sums of money each month.The next year will see €1,000,000 (€500,000 for slots and €500,000 on live casino games) given away in prizes through weekly tournaments and daily prize drops. Participating players of tournaments encourage a sense of rivalry while enjoying playing slots, while the prize drops happen each day rewarding random prizes to players.In terms of the tournaments, participating players race to reach the top of the leader board for the highest win amount. Both promotions secure player retention for operators which in turn takes the pressure off.

Free Bonus Rounds and Random Free Spins

This year’s Drops and Wins will see Free Round Bonuses or FRB’s awarded to players who choose the various slots involved in the promotion including the award-winning Gates of Olympus. The FRB’s act as an add-on to the already popular tournaments and daily drops awarding extra free spins depending on the position on the leader board, the free spins can also be randomly awarded.Chief business development officer for Pragmatic Play Yossi Barzely said, “By the time the next stage begins, we will have given away €13,000,000 to players through Drops and Wins.“We are always striving to understand the player, and what better way to give the positive gaming experience than to facilitate more of the feeling that players log on for; the winning feeling. We are delighted with the positive feedback this promotion has received and relish the opportunity to excite players with it for another year.”

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