RSI’s BetRivers kicks off Michigan Million online slot tournament

April 3, 2023
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Players in the Great Lakes State can register to qualify until April 30.

Online casino and sports betting company RSI has opened its BetRivers Michigan Million online slot tournament. Players can visit the BetRivers website until the end of the month to qualify for an opportunity to win up to $1m in bonus money.

BetRivers Michigan Million players can get in on the action with a minimum $50 deposit and will have access to a code on the website to qualify. Once they are registered, users can earn tournament points and can climb the leaderboard to grab a spot for the next round. They can move up to the next level of play with each successful spin for their chance to qualify as a finalist.

Ten finalists will move on to play Cash Machine for a chance at the $100,000 bonus money grand prize during a live online event.

RSI CEO Richard Schwartz discussed the options players will have by accessing the slot tournament online.

He commented: "BetRivers is known for bringing first-of-its-kind online casino experiences to our customers and we couldn't be more excited to launch Michigan's most exciting online slot tournament ever.

“With BetRivers Michigan Million, you get all the excitement of a real-world slot tournament, and the chance to win part of $1m in guaranteed bonus money, from the comfort of home."

RSI offers real-money mobile and online titles in selected states throughout the US, including Pennsylvania, Illinois, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Connecticut, Michigan, Indiana, Virginia, Maryland, Colorado, Iowa, West Virginia, Arizona and Louisiana.

The online gaming and sports entertainment company has broadened its North American market reach to include Ontario, Canada, as well as in Colombia and Mexico.


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