Norwegian Spirit to Host the Millionaire Maker Slot Tournament at Sea

 

The Millionaire Maker Slot Tournament takes place aboard Norwegian Spirit’s Nov. 13, 2011 sailing from New Orleans. // (c) 2011 Norwegian Cruise Line.

Norwegian Cruise Line and Caesars Entertainment partnered to host the Millionaire Maker Slot Tournament at sea on board Norwegian Spirit’s Nov. 13, 2011 sailing from New Orleans. For the first time in the tournament’s 17-year history, it will take place on board a cruise ship. The tournament boasts the largest prize offered at sea for a slot tournament: $1,000,000.

The match consists of 263 finalists, who have won spots in the exclusive competition from prior land-based and at sea satellite slot tournaments. Each player will have sessions on different slot machines to earn points. Following the sessions, the scores will be combined and the top 30 players will win cash prizes, and the finalist with the highest score will win $1,000,000.

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