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Virgin Casino Offers up to $21,000 in Shared Bonus Money* During Sunday’s Big Game

Virgin Casino today announced the addition of a Game Day Bonus that will add to the roar of each touchdown scored during the big game on February 2. Virgin Casino will add $3,000 in bonus money toward a spectacular game day prize pool whenever Denver or Seattle scores a touchdown this Sunday. The prize pool will continue to grow with each touchdown – all the way to a maximum of $21,000 in bonus money - which will be equally split among Virgin Casino players playing or creating an account on the day of the big game.

In the air, on the ground, or through a defensive takeaway, sunshine or in the snow, as long as there is a touchdown it will result in a $3,000 increase in bonus money. All it takes is one real money wager by an existing player on February 2 to qualify for a share of the game day prize pool. Or, for those not yet registered at Virgin Casino, you can get a share of the game day prize pool by creating an account with a minimum of a $10 deposit.

“With New Jersey hosting the biggest football game of the year, it means we can embrace and share the excitement with our friends in the state,” said Lee Fenton, Gamesys’ COO. “The atmosphere has been simply electrifying, and we thought we’d contribute our share to that feeling.”

Virgin Casino launched in New Jersey in November 2013 and offers players in the Garden State more than 30 uniquely designed slot and casino games. In addition to offering real money games, Virgin Casino offers all its slots and table games in a demo mode for gamers to use before placing any wagers. With more table games and slots to be released later this year, Virgin Casino provides players with the most sought-after casino games.

On February 3, eligible participants will have their share of the bonus money added to their player account for taking part in the game day bonus promotion.

“It’s the first time the big game has been played in New Jersey and we want to help the entire state celebrate this accomplishment,” said Fenton. “Our players can expect outrageous promotions at Virgin Casino, and since we just launched New Jerseyites will have to stay tuned to see what else we have planned.”

*Bonus Money must be wagered one time and is not redeemable for cash. Rules apply.

About Game Day Bonus Promotion Rules

Official rules apply. Participants who have a Virgin Casino account and who log in to the website and play any games (i.e. must wager cash) on Sunday, February 2, 2014 or new players who register a Virgin Casino account and deposit a minimum of $10 and wager on Sunday, February 2, 2014, will receive a guaranteed share of the Prize Fund that will increase by $3,000 for every touchdown made in the big game on Sunday, February 2, 2014 (up to a maximum of $21,000).

About Virgin Casino

VirginCasino.com launched on November 2013. Virgin Casino’s partnership with Tropicana Atlantic City Casino & Resort led it to be among the first online casinos granted approval from the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement in November to launch a 24-hour Internet gaming operation in the state. Wagering on Virgin Casino is available online only to gamers who are located in New Jersey and features more than 30 casino games. For more information, log on to virgincasino.com.

About Gamesys

Founded in April 2001 by Noel Hayden and a small team of developers, Gamesys’ aim was to build a profitable online entertainment business providing games to a worldwide audience using proprietary gaming software.

After 11 years, its leading brand, Jackpotjoy is the UK's leading online instant win and bingo site with over 4 million players. Jackpotjoy pays out in excess of GBP 200 million in prize money every month. The success of Jackpotjoy has established Gamesys as one of the UK's leading online gaming businesses. Gamesys also operate Sun Bingo, Heart Bingo, Caesars Bingo and Caesars Casino in the UK. Jackpotjoy is licensed by Profitable Play Limited and regulated by the government of Gibraltar.

As a GamCare Certified operator Gamesys takes the issue of responsible gaming extremely seriously and are committed to providing a safe, fair and enjoyable responsible gaming service and providing members with the highest levels of player protection.

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