Asian Poker Tour is thrilled to announce its schedule of events for the coming year. At this time 12 events are scheduled.
After five days of grinding and shoving, Peru’s Yohn Paredes emerged as the Asian Poker Tour’s newest MAIN EVENT champion.
The Asian Poker Tour inks a deal with Philippine-based Dafabet, and Zhu Yong wins the Asian Poker League in Vietnam.
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.
A partnership between the Asian Poker Tour (APT) and Baadshah Gaming could help drive more Indian participation in poker tournaments.
The Asian Poker Tour (APT) and Resorts World Manila have announced that next month’s popular APT Philippines Championships 2018 is on (March 21 – April 2).
After 11 Asian Poker Tour festivals held in various destinations throughout the 2017 calendar year, we have reached the end of another fantastic season.
The APT and Natural8 have entered into a partnership to provide Online Starting Day to APT Finale Macau Main Event and APT Finale Macau Championships Event.
For the first time since the inception of the APT, the APT Kickoff event will be changing locations from the Philippines to the exotic country of Vietnam.