A round-up of the best bits of the Asian Poker Tour stop in the Philippines and a reminder of what’s to come.
Mikiya Kudo wins the Asian Poker Tour (APT) Philippines, bagging a total of $54,145 (PHP 2,844,200) in prize.
The Asian Poker Tour (APT) is going to add another stop to its circuit next year, announced it also plans on hosting a tournament in Taiwan.
Next year will see the first appearance of the Asian Poker Tour (APT) in Japan, beginning February 1 and ending Monday, February 11.
News from Rainer Kempe and Steve Sung, the APT moves to Japan, and the Bellagio release the structure sheets for the WPT Five Diamond World Poker Classic.
The WPT Vietnam festival commenced this past Wednesday with its WPT Vietnam tournament and APT Main Event is set to start dealing cards on October 6th.
As regulators continue to clamp down on gambling in Macau, some believe that China's special administrative region may be forced to give up on poker.
A partnership between the Asian Poker Tour (APT) and Baadshah Gaming could help drive more Indian participation in poker tournaments.
CoinPoker has partnered with the Japanese Poker Association to sponsor the 2018 Japan Poker Cup.
CoinPoker tries to put their security issues behind them by partnering with the Asian Poker Tour in a bid to amass more eyeballs in the Asian region.