HardRockCasino.com Gets 'Reel' By Launching Online Slot Tournaments In New Jersey

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Atlantic City, NJ  – Today, March 8, 2019, HardRockCasino.com, New Jersey’s premier online gaming destination, launched the Garden State’s first “reel time” Online Slot Tournaments.

Residents and visitors throughout New Jersey can pull the lever, using their mobile devices, computers and tablets, to compete against other slot fans from across New Jersey at HardRockCasino.com or via the Hard Rock Casino iOS and Android apps.

Games to be featured in Online Slot Tournaments at HardRockCasino.com include, Divine Fortune, Jumanji, Shields of the Wild and Vikings with new games being added regularly. Along with “reel time” earnings, players new to HardRockCasino.com can enjoy a 100 percent deposit match up to $1,000 and 50 free spins.

The tournaments will take place 24-hours a day and will feature various innovative games, live leaderboards, and themed groups. Breakfast, lunch time and high roller games will also be featured across the range of popular slot titles.

“We are continuing to reach new heights for what it means to be an online gaming leader as we feature the most innovative and comprehensive offerings for players in the state of New Jersey,” said Lee Terfloth, Vice President of Online Gaming at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City. “We’re proud that HardRockCasino.com provides more games and opportunities to win, where players can check-in daily and discover their favorite slot games while participating in online slot tournaments. We’ve designed these events to keep game play exhilarating right until the final seconds of play.”

HardRockCasino.com slot tournament participants must be 21 years or older and be within New Jersey state lines during the duration of the tournament.

HardRockCasino.com com Online Slot Tournaments are powered by Gaming Innovation Group (GiG).

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