LONDON, June 11, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
Celebrate the European Championships in style by winning a free £10 wager from Sky Vegas!
Sky Vegas is extremely excited about the Euro 2012 and has launched a new promotion called Free Lions to celebrate. Free Lions is a Twitter-based competition where entrants may win £10 to play on a specific Sky Vegas game.
To enter the competition, you must follow Sky Vegas on twitter. Then you need to look out for a tweet from @skyvegas that will include the hashtag #freelions, then retweet it.
Within this tweet, Sky Vegas will outline an England-based scenario. This could be anything from Wayne Rooney scoring a goal against the Ukraine, to England beating France by two goals. If this scenario comes to pass, £10 to play on a specific game will be awarded to a random entrant who retweeted the message.
So make sure that you are following Sky Vegas during this summer's European Championships for the opportunity to enter Free Lions.
Commenting on Euro 2012 and the Free Lions competition, a Sky Spokesperson said, "Sky Vegas has been eagerly anticipating the European Championships for months and months now, and we are delighted to be offering our followers the opportunity to win a free £10 wager. Let's just hope that we can also celebrate a successful tournament for England in Poland and Ukraine!"
So if you are equally excited about Euro 2012, be sure to join Sky Vegas now! Whether you prefer playing traditional casino classics, such as Blackjack and Roulette, or trying your luck with popular favourites, like Rainbow Riches and the ever-popular Deal or No Deal game, Sky Vegas has an exciting range of online casino games.
For more information, or to view an extensive list of online casino games, visit the Sky Vegas website now.
About Sky Vegas
Sky Vegas is the online casino division of BSkyB. Established in March 2003, it now boasts more than 200 games including slots games, table games, instant win games, penny arcade and community games. Sky Vegas does not accept customers from the USA and operates fully within UK law under a licence issued by the Alderney Gambling Control Commission.
SOURCE Sky Vegas