Tap into Golden Kudo and WIN

With twelve months experience behind them, the comparatively new online casino comparison site, Golden Kudo, has enjoyed unparalleled success within the industry, predominantly due to all of the great reader reviews that have popped up on player forums and discussion boards. To say a big ‘thank you’ to all the loyal readers this site is now running a fabulous prize draw with in excess of $50,000 worth of goodies up for grabs!

It is very unusual for a new site to do so well so you might be wondering what has contributed to Golden Kudo standing out from the rest? Aimed mainly at those who live in Japan, this quality site is well designed and thought out with added extras such as an integrated free games selection for readers to enjoy, besides an up to date newsletter to keep you informed on relevant topics within the gambling industry and the casinos the site reviews.

Readers can also tap into the games information, learning a little more of such favourites as roulette and baccarat and if you combine all the above with the casino reviews which are independent and unbiased as Golden Kudo has no relationship with the casinos it reviews, well it all adds up to one terrific comparison site.

The mega prize giveaway is open to all and totally free to enter and once more there are no hidden extras, there is one stipulation and that is that readers sign up for the Goldenkudo.com newsletter in order to qualify for entry.  Once this is done each name and email address will automatically be entered and winners will be informed by late December this year.  There is a dead line date of 31st October 2014.

With the prize draw value being over $50,000 readers can expect some spectacular goodies such as;

  • A full home poker set including the poker table
  • Five iPhone6
  • Five iPad2
  • Two air line tickets to the city of Las Vegas
  • Five luxury hampers supplied by Harrods

If you would like to keep tabs off all the relevant information concerning the prize draw then you can also follow Golden Kudo on Twitter using the hashtag #goldenkudo.