Win huge cash prizes in Royal Vegas Casino’s heist promotion

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Royal Vegas Casino - April heist promotionIf you don’t already have an account set up with Royal Vegas Casino, get cracking to be a part of the sweet promo running from the 1st to the 30th of April.

The Casino Heist promotion allows real money players to rack up reward points for the chance to win some awesome prizes.

To be in the running, you need to play at RVC a minimum of four times each week during April, earning at least 50 rewards points every time, as well as making a cash deposit to your account at least once per week. For every week that passes where you meet these requirements, your heist amount receives an extra boost.

To claim your loot, log in each Monday during April to see how much you’ve won. If you take part each week, you may be eligible for an additional 30,000 in reward points, a magical way to quickly move up tiers in the RVC rewards program and claim extra bonuses.

Don’t have an account with Royal Vegas Casino? No worries, click here to sign up and take advantage of up to $1,200 in welcome bonuses.

Virtual gambling wins again

Just in case you needed another reason to add to the growing list of why online gambling trumps gambling in a bricks and mortar casino, add avoiding violence to the list. On Good Friday, a brawl broke out between 400 people at a New York casino. The reason for the fight? Long lines waiting for daiquiris.

The brawl, which happened in the Resorts World Casino, started in the line while eager punters awaited the opening of Fat Tuesdays, a new daiquiri bar. Tensions started to rise and the fight broke out and eventually spilt out into the food court and car park.

Multiple videos loaded on YouTube showed patrons throwing chairs, breaking glass and general chaos ensuing. So far a handful of arrests have been made.

A spokesman for the casino said that security “worked to quickly bring the situation under control…We are reviewing all aspects of this unfortunate event and are fully committed to taking steps to ensure similar acts do not take place ever again.”

This story comes days before a Las Vegas man committed suicide in front of customers at a Nevada casino after being banned for life for harassing female employees at the casino restaurant. The man had previously won a lifetime pass to the casino buffet, but was recently barred from entering the establishment after he started acting inappropriately towards female staff and posting their personal and home addresses on his Facebook account.

Suddenly playing blackjack or the pokies rugged up safe and warm at home with a drink you didn’t have to stand in line for sounds much more appealing.

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