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APT Set to Return to Macau in July

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May 25, 2015, Macau – The Poker King Club Macau (PKC) has announced that subject to regulatory approval, one of the most popular events on the Asian Poker Calendar APT Macau will return to the World’s gaming hub July 21 – 29, 2015.

APT Set to Return to Macau in JulyMaking the announcement, Mr. Winfred Yu, President of PKC said that he was delighted to be bringing APT back to Macau this year. “We have recently moved our poker room operations to The Venetian Macao and what better way to celebrate than with an internationally recognized and highly popular poker week that offers the very best poker tournament action.”

Jeff Mann, CEO of the Asian Poker Tour said, “We have staged a number of very successful events in Macau in the past. Unfortunately, last year it did not happen which disappointed many players. We are delighted to be back working with two highly prestigious partners. For sure APT Macau 2015 will be a record breaking event for APT, Poker King Club and The Venetian Macao.”

About the Asian Poker Tour

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 40 major events and numerous smaller tournaments mainly in the Asia-Pacific Region. The tour has stopped at Philippines, Macau, Korea, Cambodia, India, Australia, London and Mauritius. Known for opening-up new markets, APT’s most recent new event in May 2015, saw the tour visit Vietnam for a week of poker action: Vietnam’s first ever International Poker Event.

To date, APT events combined have generated over USD 12 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 2015 and has plans to broaden its reach in 2016.

Visit the website at: www.TheAsianPokerTour.com

For more information, you may email monique.dejesus@TheAsianPokerTour.com.

 

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