Terrific Royal Vegas Casino Tournaments

Terrific Royal Vegas Casino TournamentsAs enjoyable as real money games are when you’re playing alone, getting your skills showcased in a tournament is even better. If you’re the kind of player that would occasionally enjoy this kind of experience, then Royal Vegas Casino’s tournaments should be on your list of things to investigate.

Royal Vegas was founded in 2000 by the Fortune Lounge Group. Its long history of providing a truly outstanding real money gameplay experience is a result of its enormous variety of games, excellent support services, and flawless security. It is licensed and regulated by the Malta Gaming Authority.

Superb Slots Tournaments

The Royal Vegas Casino International Slots League pits players head-to-head in pokies action and offers prize money to the tune of NZ$40 000+. There are also daily prizes available.

There are two types of pokies tournaments, each designed to meet busy players’ scheduling needs. You can sign up to play in the first, scheduled competition at a later point in time, or use the Sit and Go option if you happen to come across one when you’ve got some time to play. Free-roll games are available along with buy-ins and you simply need to login to your Royal Vegas Casino account, select Game View, and then Tournaments to view the available games.

Buy-Ins and Prizes

The cost of buying into a pokies tournament ranges between NZ$2 and NZ$5 and the prize pools frequently offer between NZ$50 and NZ$200 to the lucky winner. Certain contests additionally offer prizes in the form of free entry to other, higher-paying tournaments. So, not only can you play some of your favourite pokies for no money down with freerolls and still enjoy the chance of winning real money returns, but you can also use that money to enter into bigger competitions or win entry into these as well.

At Royal Vegas Casino, Kiwi players will be able to test their wits on two of the most popular pokies of all time, Thunderstruck and Tomb Raider by Microgaming. Entry fees are NZ$3, NZ$5, NZ$10, and NZ$25 and the prize pool is determined by how many players are taking part.

Weekend Feeder Tournaments also unfold during the week and these give players the chance to win one of 20 tickets towards a prize pool of NZ$20 000 with an entry fee of NZ$20 payable by those who qualify.