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Asian Poker Tour (APT) Philippines Championships 2018
21 Mar 2018 to 01 Apr 2018
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All players are required to register with the Asian Poker Tour to be able to participate in any APT event. Here are the steps to register for an APT tournament…
- Just look for the APT Player Registration Desk. If it’s your first time to play in an APT event, our team will assist you with APT Registration System. You’ll be asked to give and/or confirm your details (and/or fill in the Player Release Form and sign it).
- Show your ID or state your name to our Registration Staff and inform them of the particular tournament/s you would like to join. You will then be issued the Tournament Receipts which will be paid and verified at the Cashier.
- Bring your paid and verified Tournament Receipt to the Tournament Staff 5-10 minutes before the start of your tournament for your seat card.
The Asian Poker Tour (APT) was founded in 2008. Since its first tournament held in May of 2008 in Manila, Philippines, it has grown year-on-year to become one of the leading poker tours around the World.
To date, the APT has staged more than 70 major events and numerous smaller tournaments mainly in the Asia-Pacific Region. The tour has stopped at Philippines, Macau, Korea, Cambodia, Vietnam, India, Australia, London, New Caledonia and Cambodia. Known for opening-up new markets, APT’s most recent new event in 2016, saw the tour visit Noumea, New Caledonia for nine days packed of poker action.
To date, APT events combined have generated over USD 20 Million in prize money all awarded to players.
With its vision of providing a world-class poker experience at every tour stop, the Asian Poker Tour looks set to have its busiest year yet in 2017 and has plans to broaden its reach in 2018.