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Our aim here is to provide our visitors with the latest table competitions taking place in Australia. Ultimately we hope to have a live data feed which shows our visitors when and where the next competitions take place.
We have 2 principle aims here at http://sweettablecontest.com. Firstly to provide a central resource for table competitions, and secondly to make these as ‘sweet’ or attractive as possible.
We hope to have a number of contests at venues across Australia. Until we get the data feed established with the website then we will aim to provide information as and when we have it on the home page of the site below:
We are glad to announce that the next competition will be held in Australia and will take place simultaneously at a number of casino venues in Brisbane, Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth and Sydney. The competition has evolved in recent years, and we are delighted to be able to offer huge jackpot prizes, thanks in part to the excellent infrastructure that exists that enables tens of thousands of different poker machines located across Australia to be linked together, thereby dramatically increasing the available prize pool. In fact we are confident that this years competition will rival those found in the casinos of Las Vegas. If you are a fan of Australian pokies then you will certainly be interested to hear more about our annual poker machine competition.
Entering this years competition couldn’t be easier. Entry forms can be found at each and every casino in Australia. (If you have any problems finding an entry form, please let us know). We try to keep things simple here as possible, but as you can imagine, a poker machine competition across 7 different Australian casino’s simultaneously does require a fair bit of organisation. There are four simple rules that must be followed. Firstly, the only game that can be played whilst entering the competition is Aristocrat’s Queen of the Nile. Secondly, stake levels must be set to the maximum $75 per spin. Thirdly, only Aussie pokies fans are eligible to enter the competition, and finally, the organisers decision shall be final should their be any dispute regarding the outcome of the networked progressive jackpot poker machine competition. Further information, including including examples of the Australian pokies games that are eligible for the jackpot prize are available from the casino’s operations and customer support teams.
As ever we are grateful to both the senior management and the technical teams at the casino’s that are taking part in this years poker machine competition. We have big plans in the coming years, including the launch of a new online pokies competition. Our initial thoughts are that players would enter online competitions via their mobile smartphone or tablet device. Having seen the quality of iPhone pokies games currently available to players, and the ability of these games to seamlessly interact to allow players to compete for large progressive networked jackpots, we believe that these type of competitions may well become more popular with players in the immediate future. The good news is that a number of popular Aristocrat, IGT and WMS pokie games are now available to play on most mobiles, iPhones and Android tablets.
We expect the total prize fund to approach somewhere in the region of AUD $10 million, which makes this years competition the largest outside of the United States. Please be aware that winnings up to $1 million will be paid by bank transfer within 7 days of the competition end date. Where the prize pool exceeds $1 million, players will be paid by the casino’s in equal installments over a period of 4 years. This is standard practice amongst Las Vegas casinos, and hence the organising committee here at the SweettableContest.com have decided it best to pursue a similar policy.
If you would like further information then please get in touch with either Jamie Jones or Trica Johansson, who together are leading the international jury board and organising committee on behalf of the casino’s that are partaking in this years competition.