Narcos is probably one of the most popular Netflix series in the world so it’s no wonder that the show has gotten not one but two branded online slots. And in honor of these great games, Sportaza is hosting a $10,000 Narcos March Tournament!
March is slowly coming to an end but there is still time for one exciting tournament and what would be more thrilling than entering the world of Narcos with a chance of winning up to $2,000? Sportaza definitely knows how to entertain players and this tournament is only one of their amazing campaigns and promotions.
Keep on reading and we will tell you how the tournament works.
Take Part in the Narcos Tournament
The Narcos March Tournament is open for all Sportaza customers. So if you do not already have an account, now is a good time to open one. After that you can participate by playing either Narcos or Narcos Mexico with a minimum bet of $0.30.
The goal is rather simple: the winning player will be the one who has gathered the biggest wins in relation to the bet size. All wins are transformed into points - and the more points you collect, the higher you will place on the leaderboard.
Sportaza will calculate all wagers - whether they are placed with real money, bonus money or during free spins. So there really is no stone left unturned. This means that if you are a new customer, you can use your welcome bonus to participate. The promotion will run from 25th of March until 31st of March.
Overall 60 players are rewarded in this tournament. The winner collects $2,000, the silver medalist $1,500 and the third best player will get $1,000. The rest of the prizes are given as follow:
- 4th place: $775
- 5th place: $600
- 6th place: $500
- 7th place: $400
- 8th place: $300
- 9th place: $250
- 10th place: $200
- 11th-15th place: $150
- 16th-20th place: $100
- 21st-25th place: $75
- 26th-30th place: $50
- 31st-40th place: $30
- 41st-50th place: $20
- 51st-60th place: $10
Dedicated Slots for Narcos
The slot carrying the name ”Narcos” was published in 2019 by NetEnt. The game allows players to take the streets and hunt one of the most notorious drug lords in the history: Pablo Escobar. If you manage to capture him, the slot rewards you with big wins. Pablo is very easy to spot in the game since he is literally holding a sign that says ”Catch me.”
Narcos is a pretty standard online game with a 5x3 setup. It comes with a 96,23% RTP, medium to high volatility and 243 pay lines. The minimum bet is $0,10 and the maximum bet is a whopping $400.
The slot is filled with special features. There are two different bonus games to keep things interesting and of course scatters, wilds and other familiar elements. There scatter symbols will activate the free spins round where every high paying symbol can suddenly change into a wild symbol. But the best part is definitely the ”Locked up” feature that starts when you collect three Pablo Escobar symbols on the same line. The bonus game will eliminate all other symbols and only the Locked Up and Golden Locked Up symbols are left. So prepare for big wins!
The interesting this is that the sequel Narcos Mexico is not a NetEnt game at all - it is actually produced by Red Tiger Gaming. It has been praised as an even better slot but to be honest there are quite a lot of similarities. Narcos Mexico is also a 5x3 slot with 243 pay lines and high volatility. The difference is that it comes with a lower RTP (95,7%) and smaller maximum bet. But we must admit that the Cartel Spins bonus game is extremely entertaining!
Huge Bonuses Await
Sportaza makes sure all new players are welcomed with opened arms. After you have opened an account, you can claim a whopping 100% bonus up to $750 and 200 free spins with the first deposit.
The minimum deposit in order to activate this offer is $30. But if you wish to claim the full bonus, your account balance will increase all the way up to $1,500! The free spins are given in batches of 20 during 10 consecutive days.
The wagering requirement for the deposit bonus is 35x. The winnings from free spins on the other hand need to be wagered 40 times before a withdrawal.