BC.Game Launches New “RIO Carnival” Competition with $1.2M Prize Pool!

Ross Jensen
February 17, 2023
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BC.Game recently announced their most recent partnership with the world famous footballer David Luiz. To celebrate, they announced a $1.2M competition for everyone to join. You will also be able to claim weekly cash prizes worth up to $600 for free by claiming being active in the event.

RIO Carnival grants players the chance to earn $RIO in order to win a percentage from the competitions $1.2M prize pool. $RIO is are an exclusive token for the BC.GAME carnival event and can be earned by making deposits or playing on chosen slots from February 17 up to March the 16th.

Every $1 deposited grants 1 $RIO, and all deposits must be played with to earn the maximum amount of $RIO. The more you deposit and play with, the bigger the percentage of the prize pool you will receive. Players may also collect $RIO tokens through referring friends, where you will receive 5 extra chances to claim free $RIO. The event runs from February 17 to March 16. 

Prize Pool Details

Base pool $200,000 + 0.1% of every wager made during the competition will be added to the final $1.2M prize pool. Maximum up to $1,200,000 to be shared with Top 200 RIO Token holders at the end of the event.

About BC.Game

BC.Game is the perfect choice for those looking for a reliable and entertaining crypto casino experience. The crypto casino offers plenty of payment options, an extensive selection of games including slots, crash, and more, and a very good welcome bonus. They also have a great customer service team and use strong encryption to protect your data. They have even been awarded with the “Crypto Casino of the Year Award” in 2022 which is a great merit for any crypto casino.

Author Ross Jensen

Ross is a keen crypto enthousiast from Denmark, currently living in San Fransisco. After hearing about crypto from a friend in 2016, he brought his love for writing and crypto together and became our head-writer. Ross has a background as a software engineer, and has worked on many crypto related projects in the past.

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