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October 16, 2009

Oktoberfest is in full swing in Munich with plenty of beer and cheer around. This week Casino Action brings the festive mood online with two promotions on popular Microgaming beer guzzling slot games.

The first online slot game is Quest for Beer. This game takes players back into the age of hardy Vikings famous for sailing the rough seas on their longships and for their garrulous party life with lots of beer. In a sense the Oktoberfest is descended from the lifestyle of the Vikings. In Quest for Beer the Beer Tankard is appropriately the wild symbol and the Beer Wench is the scatter symbol. The highlight of this online slot is the Axe Throwing Bonus Game. Players have to throw axes at beer kegs some of which are empty and others are filled with beer. If the player hits a filled keg then the tankard below fills up with beer and the player receives bonus credits. This promotion at Casino Action will run on Saturday, October 17 and Sunday, October 18. In this promotion lucky players will be chosen randomly on each of the two days and will be awarded 100 credits. In order to be eligible for the lucky draw the players have to make a deposit of 20 credits in their casino account during the promotion period and wager on the Quest for Beer online slot game.

The second promotion at Casino Action will be played on Spring Break online slot game. Spring Break is the midterm break in colleges and universities during the spring semester. Though it is not the appropriate time for the Spring Break, the slot game is appropriate because the Spring Break and the Oktoberfest have a lot in common. This promotion will start on Saturday, October 17 and run till Thursday, October 22. The five players who wager the most on the Spring Break slot game on each day of the promotion will receive 100 credits into their casino account.

While partying on the reels players can take time out to answer a simple question and if they are lucky they can win prizes as well. The question is a part of the Weekly Trivia promotion, which is extremely popular at Casino Action. This week’s question is “What relation would your father’s sister’s sister-in-law be to you?” The answers have to be sent to Casino Action by Wednesday, October 21. Three names will be drawn from the correct answers and each player will win 100 credits.

Casino Action is a brand of the Casino Rewards group of online casinos. It is powered by Microgaming and is licensed by the Malta Gaming Commission. Casino Action is a multi currency and multi language online casino that offers a sign-up bonus of a whopping $1,250.

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