Let Gossip Slots Casino Tournaments Take You into July

As June is winding down and July is on its way, Gossip Slots Casino has plenty in store for you. There are a number of tournaments to finish off the month, along with the casino’s regular promotional offers.

Slots Tournaments at Gossip Slots Casino

The Kawaai Kitty slot tournament has begun, and continues through the end of the month until 1st July 2018. This is the fourth of the Weekly Slots tournaments. The prize pool totals $1,500. The buy-in is $5, which gives you a start with $100 worth of chips. The re-buy free is also $5, however, re-buys come with $200 worth of chips. Re-buys can be purchased if your balance dips to $10 or less.

The Thursday Slot tournament, Boomanji, has a $150 prize pool. It costs just $2 to enter the tournament, and receive $100 worth of chips. Re-buys also cost $2, and come with $200 worth of chips.

The Bi-Weekly $500 tournament runs between 28th and 30th June. This week it is being played on the Fa-Fa Twins slot game, and has a $5 entry free.

The Weekender – Progressive is coming up, starting on 28th June and running through the weekend until 2nd July 2018. Buy-in for just $3 for $100 worth of chips, and make use of $3 re-buys if you need them. This weekend, you will enter the Dragon’s Cave, and stand the chance of winning a portion of at least $500.

The $5,000 Monthly Tournament, played on Panda Planet, continues until just before midnight on 30th June. It will be replaced by a new $5,000 Monthly Tournament on 1st July 2018. The buy-in is $5 for $100 worth of chips, and re-buys are also $5 for $200 worth of casino tournament chips.

Blackjack and Poker Tournaments

The VIP Blackjack tournament has been underway since the middle of the month, as has the Tri Card Poker tournament. There is still time to join in the fun with both these tournaments coming to a close on the weekend on 30th June 2018.

The blackjack tournament is being played on Single Deck Blackjack, and the poker tournament is being played on Tri Card Poker. Both these tournaments comewith a $25 buy-in for $500 worth of entry chips. The $25 re-buy fee gives you an additional $1,000 worth of casino chips. You can re-buy if your tournament chips value drops to $25 or less.