Fancy yourself as the Ruler of Roulette? Well, get ready to swap your virtual chips for real ones – we’re hitting the Casinò di Venezia to host the first ever €100,000 Roulette Championships!
That’s right, we’re partnering up with the world’s oldest casino to give away a whopping €100,000 prize pool.
Taking place on Friday 29 November, all players will be given €1,000 worth of chips and have 2 hours to play, with the top 50 landing a spot in the final the next day.
Your chips from the previous day will be rolled over, and you’ll have another 2 hours to try and scoop up a share of the €100,000 prize pool.
Here’s what’s up for grabs:
To celebrate, we’re giving away 15 places to the tournament, including the €1,000 buy-in, plus flights and hotel for 2 with our €100,000 Venice Tournament leaderboard!
And securing your place on the plane is simple:
- Opt in to the €100,000 Venice Tournament
- Earn 1 leaderboard point for each $/£/€1 wagered on any game
- Earn DOUBLE points on Live Games
Running from 00:01 Thursday 10 October until 23:59 (GMT) Wednesday 23 October, you’ll have to land a spot in the top 15 to win.
We’ll also be giving those who placed 16th and above ANOTHER chance to win with a random prize draw. Just accumulate over 500 leaderboard points to be automatically entered – there are 8 extra places to give away.
But the prizes don’t end there (seriously), there are also 185 Golden Chip prizes to be won!
The €100,000 Roulette Championship is set to be the hottest event of the year. Hosted in the incredible Casinò di Venezia, founded in 1638, guests will be able to pull up to its doors from the Grand Canal with a free boat shuttle.
Also used for Hollywood movie sets and Venice Film Festival events, it originally served as a theatre called Theatre Saint Moses, which had a dedicated wing for gambling during intermission. It has also functioned as a home for Italian royalty, and composer Richard Wagner even met his fateful end there in the mid-19th century.
Make sure you secure a seat at the table to be rolling the dice through history. What’s it going to be, Red or Black?