Earlier this year, NetEnt launched the NetEnt Rocks collection, a series of online pokies games focused on pure rock and roll. The first of these hugely popular slot games was Guns N’ Roses, followed by Jimi Hendrix, and now the third release we’ve all been waiting for is finally about to hit – Motörhead
To celebrate the launch of this rocking, totally bad-ass game, Guts Casino has unveiled the Backstage Free Spins promo, giving players the chance to reserve free spins to use on the Motörhead pokies game when it’s launched on Thursday 22nd September. Here’s how to get in on the action:
- Sign in at Guts.com between the 19th and 21st of September. If you’re new to Guts, sign up for a new account here to claim your welcome package of up to $400 in bonus money plus 100 free spins to use on NetEnt’s Starburst pokies game.
- Make a deposit and play any of the hundreds of pokies for real money bets. Choose from classic pokies, fruit slots, video pokies, 3D pokies and progressive jackpot pokies, all which are available for instant-play with no downloads required.
- Come back to Guts on Thursday the 22nd and open the new Motörhead to claim your free spins.
The amount of money you wager during the promotional period will determine the amount of free spins you receive to use on Motörhead. Here’s what you stand to win:
- Wager $100 – get 10 free spins
- Wager $250 – get 25 free spins
- Wager $500 – get 50 free spins
- Wager $1000 – get 50 free spins at bet level two
- Wager $1500 – get 50 free spins at bet level three
- Wager $2500 – get 50 free spins at bet level four
- Wager $5000+ – get 50 free spins at bet level eight
Note that only wagers made with real money apply towards your Backstage Free Spins, and spins played with bonus money do not count.
NetEnt has been pretty stealth about what the Motörhead game will entail, however if the Guns N’ Roses and Jimi Hendrix pokies are anything to go by, we can expect premium graphics, a kick ass Motörhead soundtrack, live concert footage and bonus features galore. Die-hard fans are sure to fall instantly in love with this game, especially considering the death of legendary front man Lemmy Kilmister in late 2015.
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