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APT Southeast Asia coming in July 2017

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We may be approaching the second half of the year but the Asian Poker Tour is still expanding its lineup of events for the year 2017 with APT Southeast Asia 2017 to be held from July 1st to the 7th.

APT Southeast Asia Coming in July 2017This marks not only a new venue for the APT but also the opening of the latest Poker King Club room and the anniversary celebrations of the host venue – Star Vegas Resort & Club located in Poipet, Cambodia. It’s now two years since the Star Vegas became part of Donaco International Limited, a public company listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX:DNA).

The week-long poker festivities feature a USD 1,100 Main Event that starts on July 3rd. Completing the schedule would be staple APT tournaments namely No Limit Holdem, Head Hunter, High Rollers, Deep Stack Turbos and Monster Stack events. Check out the complete APT Southeast Asia 2017 event schedule

Mr. Joey Lim, Managing Director and CEO of Donaco, said “Donaco is very pleased to work with the APT and Poker King Club on this exciting event for our players in Thailand and across Asia. Star Vegas is a top quality venue for international players, and we look forward to bringing a top tier poker tournament to Poipet.”

About the Star Vegas Resort & Club

Star Vegas Resort and Club is the largest, most luxurious, and most successful casino resort in Poipet. The property is located on the border between Thailand and Cambodia, and is the closest legal gaming destination to the greater Bangkok area. The closest international airport is located at Cambodia’s world famous tourist destination of Siem Reap, approximately two hours away.
Poipet, Cambodia is very close to the Cambodia- Thailand border so players from both sides will be in attendance. In terms of gaming, it’s like being in Thailand as the currency used in the casino is the Thai Baht and 90% of the clientele are from Thailand. In fact, around 5,000 people are shuttled in from Thailand on a daily basis.

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Email: media@theasianpokertour.com

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