VIP Casino has been under the banner of Cryptologic for some time now and since it is operating under a license granted by Malta, it is actually one of the more trusted and reputable casinos out there. Good slots tournaments are hard to come by in general, but VIP Casino has had an excellent track record when it comes to creating tournaments that people really enjoy. They are attempting to go one further in that streak in March by taking two of their best slot machines and creating online slots tournaments based around those two machines.
According to VIP Casino, “good things come in pairs” and in the case of this particular tournament scheme the pair they are talking about are Millionaire’s Club and Bejeweled. Millionaire’s Club is an online slot machine that virtually all Cryptologic fans are aware of because of its excellence whereas Bejeweled is a slot machine that has been able to cash in on the popularity of the skill game of the same name in order to create an online slot machine sensation. Cryptologic is at their best when they create games like these and therefore it is fitting that in an attempt to extend their good slot machine tournament streak even further, VIP Casino chose to turn to the best and brightest weapons that it had in its arsenal.
The month started off with the Millionaire’s Club tournament which has been scheduled to go from March 1st through to March 15th. The entry fee for the tournament was $10, although the eventual winner of the tournament will get a chance to multiply that amount by fifty with the $500 grand prize that will be awarded on the 15th. The second place finisher will get $250 as their prize and the people that finished 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th will all be awarded a $50 prize for their efforts. The tournament format and prize structure will be exactly the same for the Bejeweled tournament which will begin on March 16th and continue through to the end of the month.
Overall, it looks as though VIP Casino has struck gold again with their tournaments this month. The Millionaire’s Club tournament has been quite popular and there is every reason to think that Bejeweled, which is the more popular of the two in cash game format, will be able to pick up any slack when the 16th of March rolls around.
February 2009 appears to be a month of rarity all around the world. There are many rare events that are taking place this month both in the online and offline communities, but within the online casino realm there are many impressive rare tournaments taking place all over the net. VIP Casino, a Cryptologic powered casino, is leading the way with tournaments in two different table games that are promotional for the month of February.
Now, if a person that was familiar with online casinos and the tournaments they usually run was told that two table games would be featured in VIP Casino tournaments this month, chances are pretty good that they would guess that the two games in question are blackjack and roulette. The main reason for this is that the vast majority of table game tournaments in online casinos are blackjack tournaments and when you add blackjack and roulette together, they account for almost every tournament at online casinos that deals with table games.
However, VIP Casino has decided to move off the beaten track slightly and be a little bit different this time around. VIP Casino is making their February table game tournaments in craps and baccarat, both of which are popular games at online casinos in cash game format but which have not been created in tournament format that often in recent memory. While VIP Casino is offering these tournaments as a one time promotion, it is quite possible that these same tournaments might end up sparking a further array of table game tournaments at online casinos should the results and the interest from these two tournaments prove them to be a smash hit. In other words, VIP Casino executives will keep a close eye on enrolment numbers and reception to see what future potential online casino tournaments in non-blackjack table games might be.
The tournament itself is quite a simple one in format terms. A person pays $10 in order to get into the tournament and then plays against other entrees into the tournament to see who can obtain the best result against the craps table or baccarat table. At the end of the tournament, the winner will receive $500, second place will receive $250 and places three through seven will each receive $50. It is a simple, yet effective format and VIP Casino deserves credit for utilizing it in an attempt to drum up interest in its February table game tournaments.