MEGADETH-Branded Play-For-Fun Slot Game Available On Facebook

Leander Games has released the brand new MEGADETH-branded slot game on Facebook. This is a play-for-fun version available on the Facebook slots app AvaTingo. There are no prize rewards given, so it is not considered gambling, therefore legal in all countries, including the U.S. The slot game features images and songs from the band, multiple levels, free spins, a Head Crusher bonus round, and much more.

Click this promo link to play the MEGADETH slot game with 2,000 free coins.

The gambling version of the MEGADETH slot game is a top performer in the first three online casinos it was released (Betsson, Unibet and Betmotion) and during this week it will be published in six more casinos.

Go to this location for more information about the game.

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