Oggs.com Announces New Exclusive Slots Tournament '$2,000 Friday'

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Leading online casino reviews website Oggs.com announced the launch of '$2000 FRIDAY', a new weekly exclusive live slots tournament in association with the biggest online slots casino, Brightshare owned, All Slots Casino.

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Oggs is excited to offer slot tournaments to its valued members and these will grow together with their promotion in the coming month.

Leading online casino reviews website Oggs.com announced the launch of '$2000 FRIDAY', a new weekly exclusive live slots tournament in association with the biggest online slots casino, Brightshare owned, All Slots Casino.

The exciting $2000 Friday slot tournament is a live slot tournament enabling players to compete against other online casino players for various prizes. The games work like regular slot games except that at the beginning of a tournament, each player is allotted a fixed number of coins and has a certain amount of time to wager them.

When the tournament ends, the casino announces the official winners and immediately credits their accounts with their winnings. Oggs.com's $2000 Friday tournament creates one main winner who receives $500 with the rest of the money shared out between the next best 49 entrants.

Oggs.com will be promoting the tournament online by several means including paid for and organic positions on search engines and social media networking sites, concentrating on gaming communities and associated websites. Its Brand Director, Jon Clarke said, "Oggs is excited to offer slot tournaments to its valued members and these will grow together with their promotion in the coming month."

Oggs.com is an eCOGRA recognised online casino reviews website conducting research and independent reviews of online casinos. Oggs.com is owned by Highview Media and sister site to Casinotabs.com which is an online casino directory and information guide, listing all online casinos.

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