Roobet Donates Over $100,000 to Charity

Published: Dec 30, 3:45 pm

Throughout 2020, Roobet has been breaking the mold with their marketing as they live up to their self-proclaimed title of “Crypto’s Fastest Growing Casino”.

If you haven’t checked out a few of the unique events & game modes that Roobet offers, you should.

Last week over Xmas, we saw the company direct two of their flagship events towards charity, raising over $100,000 for SickKids Foundation of Canada.

King Roo
Every couple of weeks, Roobet is taken over by “King Roo” - a benevolent monarch obsessed with claiming his royal cut of every slots wager on Roobet.

While King Roo is active, Roobetters can compete for the throne by hitting a 100X on any slot with a minimum of a $1 wager. When this is accomplished, a portion of every slots wager across the entire website is streamed into the player’s balance in real time. As you can probably imagine… that’s a lot of money.

To spice things up on Christmas Eve & Christmas Day, Roobet matched the total amount paid out to Kings during the event and matched it for SickKids, raising nearly $50,000.

One of the more unique live events we’ve seen, the RoobetLIVE parties are a 2-3 hour livestream where viewers make predictions on the outcome of games and compete to climb a leaderboard -- land in the Top 200 and you’ll win some free balance that is instantly withdrawable and has no rollover requirements.

In their Christmas version on December 22nd last week, they did a $25,000 “Bonus Hunt”, with all proceeds being donated to SickKids.

A “Bonus Hunt” is where the host spins 100 spins on a preset list of slots attempting to trigger a bonus / free spins feature. If successful, the host exits the slot and moves onto the next game, repeating the process. After the host is out of balance, he then returns to all of the slots where he triggered a bonus and opens them all at once -- resulting in a high-energy finale of bonus spins with huge payout potential.

At the end of the RoobetLIVE $25,000 Charity Bonus Hunt last week, they left with a total profit of $58,000 being donated to charity, and a whopping $5,000 paid out to the Top 200 contenders on the leaderboard.