With Level 2 in effect players are feeling more comfortable returning to the Palace of Dreams. On Saturday, 29 August Emperors Palace held its PlayDay promotion rewarding random slots players with R500 FreePlay in mystery jackpots. All winners then qualified for hourly draws that are held in back of house. The winning ticket won R1000 Freeplay, but had the opportunity to at least double it by having their ticket spun on the PlayDay wheel. The big winner on the night was Amelia Holder of Benoni who won R5 000 in FreePlay just for paying slots with a Winners Circle card. Other winners included Andre Janse van Rensburg of Windgate Park, who won R4000 FreePlay and Boksburg’s Cynthia Selales, taking home R3000 FreePlay.
PlayDay takes place on Saturdays where R70 000 in FreePlay is waiting to be given away to Winners Circle Members playing slots from 13h00 and 20h00.
Emperors Palace proudly supports the National Responsible Gambling Programme. Call the Problem Gambling Counselling Toll-Free Helpline on 0800 006 008 for support. Players must be 18 years or older. Winners know when to stop. For more information on the COVID-19 health and safety protocols for Peermont, visit https://bit.ly/2D1kWnH. Emperors Palace is a Peermont resort. Visit www.emperorspalace.com and connect with us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn and YouTube.
Peermont owns or manages 11 casino and hotel properties in South Africa and Botswana, including:In South Africa, Peermont owns and manages; Emperors Palace Hotel Casino Convention and Entertainment Resort, Johannesburg; Graceland Hotel Casino and Country Club, Secunda; Frontier Inn & Casino, Bethlehem; Umfolozi Hotel Casino and Convention Resort, Empangeni; Rio Hotel Casino and Convention Resort, Klerksdorp; Khoroni Hotel Casino and Convention Resort, Thohoyandou; Mmabatho Palms Hotel Casino and Convention Resort in Mafikeng, Thaba Moshate Hotel Casino and Convention Resort, Burgersfort. In Botswana, Peermont owns and manages The Grand Palm Hotel Casino and Convention Resort, the Gaborone International Convention Centre and the Mondior Hotel in Gaborone; the Metcourt Hotel and Sedibeng Casino in Francistown.