New Multi Slots at Grande Vegas Casino

New Multi Slots at Grande Vegas Casino

Grande Vegas Casino has added new technology to what it will be offering its casino players. The new technology is called Multi-Slot Technology and it is a unique addition to the casino industry. Players would not have ever seen anything like it. As you might be able to tell from the name, this new technology allows anyone to play play more than one slots game at a time. This is quite different than anything the casino industry has seen before.

Why Multi Slots?

Playing multiple slot games or multi-slots is ideal for those who just enjoys a variety of games and would like to play more than one slots game at a time. Traditionally, the casino would have required players to exit from one slots game before they are able to start another game. However, the casino software RealTime Gaming have discovered and released technology which allows players to play more than two or three slots games at the same time. Players at Grande Vegas Casino will not have to worry about finishing with one slot game before starting another. The new technology by Realtime Gaming will allow players to switch between games that are actually open and being played at the same time. This is ideal for other players who like to use the Autoplay button, or anyone who has entered a free spins feature for one game, and would like to explore gameplay for another game.

New Multislot Bonus Promotion To Celebrate

To celebrate the launch of new Multi-Slot Technology, Grande Vegas Casino is offering a new Multislot Bonus for players to try it out. This is a 250% matched bonus, which is worth up to $250 to be redeemed on multi slot games. Players can redeem this bonus using coupon code: MULTISLOT. Keep in mind there is a 30x wagering requirement. This special Multislot Bonus is available to be redeemed until the end of the month. When you play at Grande Vegas Casino, there are slot games, tables and other specialty games to choose from.

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