End of July Tournaments for Australian Players

July 30, 2012

Beginning with the the tournaments that are about to start shortly, players from Australia can use this guide to find out what type of tournament is available and also where and when they are scheduled to take place. You will need to register with the casino that is hosting the tournament if you want to sign up to one.The first tourneament starts at GMT14:00

The first tourney worth mentioning is a mixed slot tournament that is being held at Platinum Play Casino. This slot tournament has a AU$50 prize pool and it is scheduled to last for no more than an hour and a half. Starting on July 30 at UTC+10 (GMT+1), this is actually a FREEROLL tournament so it is ideal if you have run out of funds.

Another leading Australian portal offering a Freeroll tourney is Jackpot City Casino. If you make it in time, you can still enter the Blackjack Attack Q2 tournament which is scheduled to begin on July 30 at UTC+10.5 (GMT+1.5).

This is a straightforward Elimination Blackjack tournament that will last for 35 minutes. The prize pool may not be that great (AU$15.00), but its money for nothing and if you have a spare half hour it’s well worth playing for. If you win this, you could then use the winnings to enter into another real cash tourney.

One other tournament that you will need to rush to sign up for is the $100 ‘3hour’ Extender. This is a slot tournament that is also scheduled to take place at Platinum Play Casino on July 30, UTC+11 (GMT+2). The prize pool is AU$100 and the buy in for this tourney is just $3.00.

There is a AU$100 Survivor Elimination Blackjack tournament taking place later on in the day at Jackpot City Casino. The buy in costs AU$6.00 and it is due to commence at UTC+15 (GMT+5). This tourney will last for just over 4.5 hours.

If you prefer the longer tournaments that never seem to end, Sloto’Cash Casino is hosting a massive 18 hour slot tournament, which will involve several of their online slot machines. The prize pool doesn’t seem worth it when you consider time spent at the screen because it’s only worth AU$20.00. However, it’s a Freeroll so it’s definitely worth signing up for if your balance is hovering on the zero mark. You never know, you could win. This is due to start at UTC+16 (GMT+6)

These are just a few of the latest upcoming tournaments that Australian players can check out. They are all being hosted at secure online casinos that offer a variety of secure banking methods. They all accept Australian dollars and English is the primary language. If you want to sign up to one, you had better be quick, because time is running out.