Bingo Pays Out Huge Jackpots At Desert Diamond Casino SUPER MULTI-WIN COVERALL A HUGE SUCCESS
TUCSON, Ariz., Aug. 27, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Gaming Arts LLC., a Las Vegas based bingo and keno technology provider announced that on July 13th Teresa Montijo of Tucson, Arizona hit it big when she won $50,000.00 playing bingo at Desert Diamond Casino. The lucky win came on the Super Multi-Win Coverall game, which is an exciting twist on traditional bingo and offers large payouts for players. So far the game has paid out more than $150,000.00 at Desert Diamond alone and is rapidly expanding across the country. The proprietary Super Multi-Win Coverall can now be played in over forty locations and eleven states and is offered exclusively by Gaming Arts. The game is played just like ordinary bingo except if a coverall occurs in 50 numbers or less the player will win the huge jackpot. The cost of the ticket was just $2.00.
"I love playing bingo at Desert Diamond. They offer great choices and a nice friendly environment. Winning $50,000.00 was quite a thrill and I made the right choice in choosing the Super Multi-Win Game," stated Ms. Montijo a Tucson resident.
An enterprise of the Tohono O'odham Nation, Desert Diamond Casinos & Entertainment has been in the gaming and entertainment business for almost 30 years, beginning in 1985 with the opening of Papago Bingo in the Tucson area. The 300-seat bingo room has been a great hit amongst locals and travelers alike, and is known as the friendliest game in Tucson.
"When we introduced the Super Multi-Win Coverall we were pleased to see that it has become one of our top performing games. Its been a win for us at Desert Diamond and it's been a winner for our valued customers," added Jesus Contreras, Bingo Manager at Desert Diamond.
Gaming Arts is an innovative company that offers many different game options in over 100 locations across the for bingo and keno operators to make their offerings more exciting and engaging for their players. The company has had a great response to their games which is referred to as Supergames because of the life changing pay schedules, to date Gaming Arts has paid out over $9,000,000.00 and it is expected that there will be many more winners in the future. Recently the company had three coverall winners at American Veterans in Washington in the same game and two winners hit on the number 56 and one on number 57.
"We are very pleased that we had yet another large winner at Desert Diamond. It's a wonderful feeling to see people winning large amounts of money that could be life changing in this tough economy. We have a great supporter in Desert Diamond, they have amazing vision and we enjoy working with their knowledgeable staff immensely," said Alice Irwin, Regional Sales Manager for Gaming Arts LLC.
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