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We think you already know the drill! We tell you which games to play, you bet on them and get a chance to win some cash! 💰

This time, an award-winning game provider decided to award us with an 11,000 EUR prize pool. EvoPlay is here to rain some money on you, and we love to see it! 

Let’s Talk About The Rules

👉 For every spin that has a minimum value of 0,2 EUR you get one point. The more points you collect, the higher you are in ranking. First 100 players with the highest scores get a chance to snach some cash from the 11,000 EUR prize pool!

👉 The offer lasts from 16th April 2022 00:01 UTC to 26th April 2022 23:59 UTC which gives you 10 days to take part in the race for the best place on the leaderboard.

👉 The games in question are Fruit Super Nova, Fruit Super Nova 30, Fruit Super Nova 40, Fruit Super Nova 60, Fruit Super Nova 80, Hot Triple Sevens Special, Cycle of Luck, Elven Princesses, Ice Mania, Indiana’s Quest.

How Much Can You Win?

You’ll be competing for a grand prize pool of 11,000 EUR (have we mentioned this before?) and the prizes are allocated throughout the first 100 spots. Here is the breakdown:

1 – 1830 EUR
2 – 1390 EUR
3 – 1100 EUR
4 – 734 EUR
5 – 660 EUR
6 – 586 EUR
7 – 440 EUR
8 – 322 EUR
9 – 242 EUR
10-19 – 146 EUR
20-49 – 36 EUR
50-100 – 22 EUR


  • Count all spins so 1 Point = 1 Spin. Only real money spins qualify. 
  • The minimum bet required to participate in the tournament is 0,20 EUR.
  • The more points, the higher the player gets on the leaderboard. The first 100 players in the leaderboard will receive prizes.
  • The total tournament prize amount is €11,000 and will be distributed among the top 100 players who have the highest scores on the leaderboards
  • Every spin will contribute to the player’s total score that is shown on the leaderboard. The total score is calculated with the points gained during all rounds played in participating games. 
  • If several participants gain the same number of points, then a higher position in the leaderboard is given to the participant who scored first.
  • We reserves the right to void scores, or not pay out a prize, where all or part of the score results from any obvious error, mistake, or technical fault.

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