PlayStar celebrates anniversary with daily gift and $5,000 offer to NJ players

August 25, 2023
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The online casino has been available in the Garden State for a year.

Online casino PlayStar has offered its New Jersey players access to several daily prizes, as well as a chance to win a $5,000 cash prize in celebration of the casino’s first full year of operation in the Garden State.

The US-based iGaming operator launched in New Jersey last year, with the goal of “challenging the industry with a focus on personalization, engagement and customer experience.”

Through its $5,000 Birthday Balloon Burst, players can open one gift per day until September 3 to receive bonus offers. Players must deposit and stake $50 to be eligible for a daily prize, which includes bonuses, coffee vouchers, up to 150 free spins and $50 gift cards.

Those who play 10 times and pop all of the birthday balloons will be eligible to win the $5,000 cash prize.

Android and iPhone users in New Jersey can download the PlayStar app through Google Play Store and through the Apple App Store.

PlayStar CMO Jon Bowden explained the company’s motivation behind incorporating these new customer rewards into its birthday celebration.

He commented, “We are so excited to be celebrating our first birthday in New Jersey and what better way to mark the occasion than with a big bonus party packed with balloons.

“It might be our birthday, be we want our players to unwrap some incredible gifts and with daily cash, free spins, coffee vouchers and gift cards up for grabs, they can do just that. Of course, those that pop all ten balloons can play for the $5,000 top prize.”


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