Juicy Stakes Casino announces extra spins promo for Betsoft games

The casino is offering more free spins for you to explore at select Betsoft games and slots, with several titles in focus

Players who join Juicy Stakes Casino will have the opportunity to benefit from a very special bonus of up to 60  to 90 extra spins for two popular Betsoft slots, including Rise of Triton and Wish Granted.

Not only that, but the website will offer hook you up with 30 extra free spins to enjoy if you choose to deposit in Bitcoin. Both slots are quite entertaining and they offer a whole bunch of cool mechanics, such as Stacked Mystery Symbols, Nudging Multiplier Wild Reels, Hold & Won bonus mini games, and so much more.

The games play across a standard 5×3 grid so you will be able to get in on the action super quick and find your bearings without a momentary delay. Commenting on this fresh opportunity, Juicy Stakes manager Peter had this to add:

“Bitcoin offers numerous advantages for online casino players. Not only is it fast and easy to use, but it also has very low transaction fees and enhanced privacy. It's no surprise that bitcoin is becoming an increasingly popular depositing method among our players.”

To enter the promos, you simply need to deposit $25 during the promotion period running from June 3 through June 10 and claim your extra spins. You can add another 30 free spins if you choose to deposit with Bitcoin, you can get a total of 60 free spins on Rise of Triton.

But hold on, because this is not all there is. You may similarly claim 60 bonus spins if you deposit at least $50 and spend the money on Wish Granted. Not only that, but depositing in BTC, you would actually get with another 30 extra free spins, pushing the total count to 90 extra spins to use on two of the best Betsoft slots!

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