Japanese-themed online casino, LuckyNiki.com, is celebrating the success of its first year with a special slots tournament, offering a raft of prizes to players.

The tournament kicks off on 24th May and runs until 3rd June with an all-expenses-paid trip for two to Japan as the main prize.

The trip includes flights from Europe to Tokyo, five nights accommodation, plus a guided tour of the city’s cultural hotspots, such as Akihabara and Shinjuku.

Winners will also be able to sample Tokyo’s culinary delights, including sushi, teppanyaki  and its famous ramen.

To enter, players select the “Dream Trip to Japan” tournament under the tournament tab and claim their tournament spins from their “Rewards”.

Players then play with their tournament spins, with wins converted into points and logged on the leaderboard. The player with the most points wins the top prize.

Alissa Assada at LuckyNiki.com, said: “It has been a very successful year for LuckyNiki.com, and we are celebrating this with a special birthday tournament for our players.

“The casino promotion will take the form of an exciting video slots tournament with an automatic updating leaderboard which has proved very popular with slots players in the past

 “We have carved out a niche for the brand by creating an authentic Japanese experience which is being enjoyed by players all over the world.

“For one lucky player and their guest, they will now be able to take this to the next level by travelling to Japan and enjoying an authentic Japanese experience on behalf of LuckyNiki.”

LuckyNiki is powered by the state-of-the-art SkillOnNet Platform which includes an HTML5 casino client and latest mobile build, the top of the range technology behind some of Europe’s hottest casino brands including PlayOJO and DlueckDrueck.com.

Michael Golembo from SkillOnNet, added: “From its anime-style graphics to videos of the bright lights and bustling streets of Tokyo, players are instantly immersed in the bold and vibrant world of Japan. It’s good to have LuckyNiki on our platform and many happy returns to Niki and her crew.”