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Be a star athlete this June with Vegas2Web’s Olympic Heats!

We’re celebrating the world’s foremost sports competition with 4 weekly heats to get you geared up in time for the Olympic Games 2012. Participate head to head in our weekly challenges and a lucky competitor will walk away with a gold medal. In addition to this limited edition collectable, we’re awarding 100,000 USD in bonus prizes and the latest gadgets including iPads and HD cameras.

Go for gold and Sprint to the finish line for your share of
Olympic wins.

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  How it Works      
One lucky competitor will receive a collector’s edition gold coin.
$100,000 in Bonus prizes and surprise gifts including iPads and HD cameras will be given away over the next 4 weeks.
Each week participants will compete in heats to get to the top 3 positions
At the end of each week, the players in positions 1 – 3 on the leaderboard will be entered into the final race.
At the end of week 4, the 12 lucky participants in the final race will make a sprint for the finish line as we draw a winner to receive the gold coin.
A leader board will be available to monitor weekly top rankings.
You will be able to view the leader boards at all times.
Get spinning to be Vegas2web's Olympic champion!
  How to Earn Tokens  


For every $500 wagered per day, you will earn 500 tokens. You earn tokens in increments of 500, and not for every dollar wagered.


For every purchase greater than $100, you will earn tokens as tabulated below:

    Daily purchases between $100 and $199.99 Earn 50 Tokens
    Daily purchases between $200 and $299.99 Earn 100 Tokens
    Daily purchases between $300 and $399.99 Earn 150 Tokens
    Daily purchases between $400 and $499.99 Earn 200 tokens
    Daily purchases $500 or more Earn 250 Tokens


Weekly promotions can earn you bonus tokens, based on the nature of the promotion. Please keep an eye on our weekly newsletter for details on how to enter these promotions and earn bonus tokens.

Best of luck!

  View Your Tokens      

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Track the week’s event on our Olympic Heats leader board.  This will include details on the top ten wagering players for the week.

The final race board will display the top 3 winners from each week’s heat who are competing head to head for the collector’s edition gold coin.

  Seize this golden opportunity at Vegas2Web!  
Andrea M
Lois D
Maurice W
Jennifer P
Lauren S
Lynne G
Debra P
Pamela H
Sue M
George M
Michelle M
Puncharas U
Week 1
Andrea M
Candice M
Chau V
Dawn M
Debra P
Lois D
Maurice W
Norma M
Rodney Y
Vladislav V
Week 2
Betty B
Chau V
Connie B
Jennifer P
Keith W
Lauren S
Lynne G
Pamela H
Rodney Y
Thomas C
Week 3
Anthony W
Connie B
Debra P
Jodi B
Michelle M
Pamela H
Rodney Y
Sue M
Vladislav V
Week 4
Anthony W
George M
Howard R
Maureen C
Michelle M
Puncharas U
Rebecca S
Rita A
Sarah R
William C
  Prize Details      

Grand Prize Giveaway

If you’re one of the lucky contestants in the final leg of our Olympics Giveaway,
you stand a chance to win a collector’s edition gold coin. 

Weekly Giveaways 

Keep an eye on our newsletters to enter weekly promotions and you could win:

  1. Bonus bucks
  2. Bumper leader board tokens
  3. Comp points
  4. Surprise gifts
  Terms and Conditions  
Entrants agree to accept the decisions of Vegas2web Casino which shall be final and binding in all respects.
By entering, each entrant accepts and agrees to be bound by these Promotion Rules and acknowledges that they have understood the information provided.
No substitution or transfer of prize is permitted without the consent of Vegas2Web Casino.
Players will not be entered more than once on the Final Race leader board.  In the event of that a participant places in first, second or third position in weekly heats more than once, the next qualifying player will be entered.
No consolation prizes will be awarded in light of the above.
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Tokens earned from wagering will be updated daily, at the discretion of Vegas2Web Casino.
Entrants may receive communications from Vegas2Web Casino. These communications generally update and advise entrants of the promotion in question, and winners.
Entrants may not enter with multiple casino accounts nor use any other attempt to submit multiple entries. Any entrant who attempts to enter with multiple accounts under multiple identities or uses any device or means to ensure multiple positions will be disqualified.
This promotion is exclusively open to Real Depositing Account holders registered at Vegas2Web Online Casino.
To enter and qualify for this promotion, real account holders must have made a deposit at a Vegas2Web Online Casino. Winners will forfeit any prize/s if this criteria is not met.
The promotional period in its entirety is between 18 June 2012 and 15 July 2012.
To win the collector’s edition gold coin, players must participate in the promotion and work their way to the final race. The coin will be given away in the form of a lucky draw promotion on 16 July 2012.
The weekly bonuses, comp points and surprise gifts will be distributed throughout the course of the promotion. 
The gold coin winner will be notified via e-mail and telephonically within 4 (four) working days of the announcements of the winner of the competition. Should we be unable to confirm the award of the gold coin with the winning player, their prize may be forfeited to the next lucky draw player in the final race.
Vegas2Web’s decision on the award of the final prize shall be final and binding on all parties. No member of the Vegas2Web management shall enter into any correspondence in this regard.
Vegas2Web reserves the right to change the nature, date and format of the final race draw, without notice.
Employees of any member of Vegas2Web, their agencies or their families are not eligible to enter this competition.

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  Olympic History      

According to legend, the ancient Olympic Games were founded by Heracles (the Roman Hercules), a son of Zeus. Yet the first Olympic Games for which we still have written records were held in 776 BCE (though it is generally believed that the Games had been going on for many years already). At this Olympic Games, a naked runner, Coroebus (a cook from Elis), won the sole event at the Olympics, the stade - a run of approximately 192 meters (210 yards). This made Coroebus the very first Olympic champion in history.
The ancient Olympic Games grew and continued to be played every four years for nearly 1200 years. In 393 CE, the Roman emperor Theodosius I, a Christian, abolished the Games because of their pagan influences.

Approximately 1500 years later, a young Frenchmen named Pierre de Coubertin began their revival. Coubertin is now known as le Rénovateur. Coubertin was a French aristocrat born on January 1, 1863. He was only seven years old when France was overrun by the Germans during the Franco-Prussian War of 1870. Some believe that Coubertin attributed the defeat of France not to its military skills but rather to the French soldiers' lack of vigor.* After examining the education of the German, British, and American children, Coubertin decided that it was exercise, more specifically sports, that made a well-rounded and vigorous person.

Coubertin's attempt to get France interested in sports was not met with enthusiasm. Still, Coubertin persisted. In 1890, he organized and founded a sports organization, Union des Sociétés Francaises de Sports Athlétiques (USFSA). Two years later, Coubertin first pitched his idea to revive the Olympic Games. At a meeting of the Union des Sports Athlétiques in Paris on November 25, 1892, Coubertin stated:
Let us export our oarsmen, our runners, our fencers into other lands. That is the true Free Trade of the future; and the day it is introduced into Europe the cause of Peace will have received a new and strong ally. It inspires me to touch upon another step I now propose and in it I shall ask that the help you have given me hitherto you will extend again, so that together we may attempt to realise [sic], upon a basis suitable to the conditions of our modern life, the splendid and beneficent task of reviving the Olympic Games.

His speech did not inspire action. Though Coubertin was not the first to propose the revival of the Olympic Games, he was certainly the most well-connected and persistent of those to do so. Two years later, Coubertin organized a meeting with 79 delegates who represented nine countries. He gathered these delegates in an auditorium that was decorated by neoclassical murals and similar additional points of ambiance. At this meeting, Coubertin eloquently spoke of the revival of the Olympic Games. This time, Coubertin aroused interest.

The delegates at the conference voted unanimously for the Olympic Games. The delegates also decided to have Coubertin construct an international committee to organize the Games. This committee became the International Olympic Committee (IOC; Comité Internationale Olympique) and Demetrious Vikelas from Greece was selected to be its first president. Athens was chosen as the location for the revival of the Olympic Games and the planning was begun.

* Allen Guttmann, The Olympics: A History of the Modern Games (Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 1992) 8.