Win A Monaco Grand Prix VIP Package
The Monaco Grand Prix is the highlight of the F1 Season and thanks to Bgo.com you could be at this year’s event. A Monaco Grand Prix VIP Package is the top prize in their latest prize draw. You’ll need to wager to start earning prize draw entries and you’ll need to be quick as this promo ends on the 7th May 2018.
How To Win A Monaco Grand Prix VIP Package
To take part in the prize draw you first need to opt-in. After that, it’s simply a case of earning one entry for every £50 wagered on slots. Usually, that’s all there is to any prize draw, but this one has a twist. This is because, instead of picking one winner, Bgo.com will select 100 ticket holders. These ticket holders will take part in an exclusive Slot Tournament. The finishing positions on the slots tournament leaderboard will determine the winners.
Cash Prizes & Fair Spins
The player who tops the leaderboard will win a Monaco Grand Prix VIP Package. This package includes a 3-night stay at the Columbus hotel, Monte Carlo 3 (25th – 28th May). In addition the prize includes UK flights to Nice and return Helicopter transfer to Monaco. On race days you’ll enjoy hospitality at the Ermanno Palace 10th Floor on the Saturday and from the decks of a yacht on the Sunday.
The remaining 99 players will have to settle for cash prizes and fair spins. These prize include £2000 for second place and £1000 for third. The cash prizes are awarded to the remaining top 10, whilst all other players will collect 50 Fair Spins on Drive: Multiplier Mayhem. As these are fair spins no wagering terms apply to wins from the spins.
The Boss At Bgo.com
On a sad note, we can’t post about Bgo.com without mentioning Verne Troyer. Sadly Verne passed away earlier this month after a battle with addiction and depression. The star of the Austin Powers movies was well known in gambling circles thanks to his portrayal as The Boss of Bgo.com. Verne began the role in 2014 and starred alongside Dan Bilzerian and Paris Hilton over the years.
Respectfully, Bgo.com have removed Verne’s images from their website. It does seem strange without him and it does seem odd for Bgo.com not to have “The Boss”. However, we can’t see them with someone else in the role so fully expect Bgo.com to undertake a different advertising path in the future.
Wagering terms and conditions apply. All details above were correct when published on April 30, 2018.
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