DominoOnline Indonesia’s first-ever tournament is live in Indonesia
Indonesia’s Domino online gambling service Domino Indonesia is set to host its first-of-its-kind poker tournament on the island nation’s second largest island.
The country’s largest casino operator, Domino, has confirmed that the tournament, scheduled to begin on April 24, will be a free for all with no minimum stake.
Domino has also announced that it will be accepting a total of $1 million USD to be split between its poker players and their guests.
Dominos online poker players will be able to play poker online with no requirements.
They can play on the Domino App and the casino website.
In order to qualify for the tournament with a minimum stake of $5,000, players must have an existing account with Domino and have registered on the casino’s platform.
To participate, players need to be registered for the upcoming online tournament with their current domino and a valid email address.
The tournament will begin at 6pm AEDT on April 23 and will last for a total prize pool of $500,000.
In addition, players will also be able play poker on the poker app of Domino’s Indonesian subsidiary, Pkv, which is part of the online gambling giant’s Pkx platform.
Pkx’s online poker platform will allow players to bet on the same table, which means players will no longer need to worry about making a deposit to take part in a tournament.
Domini is the first Indonesian online poker service to have an all-star lineup of online poker operators.
Domino has signed up several other online poker brands, including Bancorp, PokerStars, and Baccarat.
The company also has an in-house poker operation and will launch its own casino later this year.
The Domino tournament will be one of the first tournaments to feature a $1,000 minimum stake for the players participating in the event.
The other participating online poker firms include Bitstamp, Bancor, and the UK-based Betfair.
While Domino said it will not be hosting the tournament itself, it will also run a free-for-all tournament for its players to enter for free, using the Pkfinity Poker Club app.
The company said that it is aiming to have the tournament played on all major island areas of Indonesia, including Pili and Kalimantan, with more players coming from the surrounding areas to play.
While the tournament will run for a limited time, it is expected to last several weeks.
The event is expected have a total value of $2.5 million USD, with Dominos total revenues of $3.7 million USD.
The Indonesian government has been pushing online gambling platforms to provide free services to the public since it legalized online gambling in April 2016.
Dominos service will allow its players and guests to participate in online tournaments without having to worry if they will be paid by the tournament organizers.