|By PR Newswire||
|August 19, 2014 01:41 PM EDT||
LINCOLN, Calif., Aug. 19, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Thunder Valley Casino Resort is pleased to announce that everyone will now have the opportunity to play custom-designed Thunder Valley Casino Resort games on Win's popular Slots Craze application. Slots Craze is a free social casino game available on Facebook, iOS and Android platforms.
In May, the United Auburn Indian Community, owner and operator of Thunder Valley Casino Resort, announced a strategic collaboration with the social gaming company Win (www.win.com). The creation of custom-themed Thunder Valley games marks the beginning of the multi-year partnership with Win.
"Slots Craze is a phenomenal social casino game and we are pleased to be able to offer our guests new ways to earn rewards while at home or on the go," said Dawn Clayton, General Manager of Thunder Valley Casino Resort. "As players engage in the Slots Craze game and increase their 'Experience Level,' they are able to earn special Thunder Club rewards from Thunder Valley's proprietary loyalty and rewards program. Thunder Rewards earned online through the social casino game will be redeemable for dining, gift shop, hotel, gaming and other rewards at Thunder Valley Casino Resort."
"We are thrilled to partner with the Thunder Valley Casino Resort," said Barak Rabinowitz, CEO of Win. "With the Thunder Rewards loyalty program, money-can't-buy prizes and custom designed slot machines; we are excited to reward our players in new and innovative ways together."
Players are able to play slot games with famous brands such as Garfield™, Casper the Friendly Ghost™ and the Wizard of Oz as well as popular casino titles like "Mustang Money™," "The Herd™," and many more coming soon.
Slots Craze is currently available on:
Thunder Valley Casino Resort has been in the elite ranks of AAA Four Diamond award-winning resort destinations since 2011. Located 30 miles east of Sacramento, Thunder Valley Casino Resort offers 250,000 square feet of gaming space – including over 2,500 slot and video machines, 103 table games and a live poker room with space for 240 players.
Thunder Valley has 14 restaurants and bars as well as Mingle Bar, Falls Bar, Thunder Bar and High Steaks Bar. Thunder Valley Casino Resort is also home to a luxury, 17-story hotel with 297 rooms, including 40 suites and an expansive outdoor pool complete with private cabanas and Coconut, a poolside bar.
The Spa at Thunder Valley features a wide variety of treatments including the exclusive 24-carat gold leaf facial. Also on property is a 3,700-space parking structure that leads guests directly into the casino and hotel. For more information on upcoming promotions, entertainment and ticket sales, or to make a reservation at Thunder Valley's AAA Four Diamond resort, visit www.thundervalleyresort.com.
The United Auburn Indian Community opened Thunder Valley in June 2003.
Win is an emerging leader in the social casino gaming industry. Backed by bwin.party digital entertainment plc, Win strives to be the most customer centric social game company in the world. Win develops and publishes several top-rated games including Slots Craze, Cheeky Bingo, Stardust Casino and Sportster: Bet and Win, featuring world-renowned brands Garfield, Casper the Friendly Ghost, Sherlock Holmes and more. In partnership with Nordeus, Boyd Gaming and the United Auburn Indian Community, Win delivers the best of online and offline casino entertainment to players on web and mobile devices. For more information, visit www.win.com.
Contact: Doug Elmets
SOURCE Thunder Valley Casino Resort
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