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Syndicate Casino Announces Black Friday Deal in Australia

To show its appreciation for its customers, Syndicate Casino is giving them a chance to win free spins on November 29 through the Black Friday deal in Australia.

On Black Friday, November 29, online sports provider Belatra will hold the Piggy Bank game between 00:00 to 12:00. Customers will have to make a deposit of 30 euros and type the promo code “BF2019” to win 50 free spins. Thus, customers can try their luck 50 times, and if lady luck smiles on them, they may win big. Syndicate Casino wants so many customers to attack the Piggy Bank that it goes broke.

For customers who are late to the party, between 12.00 and 23.59 on November 29, Syndicate Casino is giving the chance to win 100 Free Spins in Lucky Bank Robbers game. Customers who deposit 50 euros and enter the promo code “Black Friday” will have 100 free spins credited to their account the next day.

In Syndicate Casino, new players get a 125% bonus plus 200 free spins on their first deposit as well as a welcome pack bonus after four deposits. Players earn points from the games that they play. Players can convert their points into cash and try their luck on the online slot machines. There are also other rewards and schemes, including the VIP scheme.

Syndicate Casino allows deposits in the US dollar as well as cryptocurrency.

Games offered on Syndicate Casino include West Town, Vegas Wins, Book of Dead, Piggy Bank, and many others.

Syndicate Casino offers a wide collection of popular games running into hundreds sourced from the best gaming software providers. Service providers for Syndicate Casino include 1×2 Gaming, Ainsworth, Amatic, Belatra, BGaming, Endorphina, Evolution, Evoplay, Ezugi, etc.

Syndicate Casino is owned and regulated by Direx N.V., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Direx Limited. It is registered in Curacao.

David Bright

David Bright joined Times of Casino as a news writer focused on the casino industry. He holds a bachelor degree in Economics and Accounting and currently contributing in-depth news articles. David writes on the casinos, gambling legislation, poker, and much more.

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