What are Club Tournaments?

What are Club Tournaments?

You can compete with other Clubs in Club tournaments to score great prizes!

Rank higher to earn bigger prizes and rise up to higher Brackets.

Tap a question below for more information:

How do I participate in Club Tournaments?

  • First, join a Club if you're not in one already. Note: you need to be in a club at least 4 hours before a tournament ends in order to collect tournament rewards.
  • Next, start spinning to participate in the Club Tournament! The Clubs with the most Club Points at the end of the Club Tournament will rank highest and earn the biggest prizes. See below for more info on Club Points.
  • At the end of a Club Tournament, tap 'Clubs' in the lobby to check your Club page in the game, and then tap to collect your bonus from the Tournament.
  • Clubs compete in Brackets to make things fun and fair for everyone – compete with other Clubs reflective of your previous Club Tournament rankings.
  • All Clubs that participate in a Club Tournament get a prize!
  • If you leave a club before the tournament ends, you will be unable to collect the Tournament bonus.

To view your Club's current rank:

  1. Tap Clubs in the lobby.
  2. Tap Club Tournament to see your Club's current rank in your Bracket.

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When do Club Tournaments run?

  • Club Tournaments typically start and end on Tuesday each week.
  • Check in game to see when this week's Club Tournament will end:
    1. Tap Clubs in the lobby.
    2. Check next to Club Tournament for the amount of time remaining. You can also tap that button to see the rankings.

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What are Club Points?

Club Points determine ranks in Club Tournaments – the Clubs with the most Club Points earned during that week’s Club Tournament will receive higher ranks and bigger prizes!

Every 50,000 chips credited gives 1 Club point (*does not apply at Classic Slots and Table Games such as blackjack, Texas Hold ‘Em poker, and roulette). Please note, this amount is based off the total virtual winnings and rounded down, and may take a few moments to update on the display. If a Club member leaves or is removed from the Club, the Club Points they have earned will also be removed from both the Club and the game.

Besides determining ranks in Club Tournaments, Club Points are also needed to complete the Daily Challenges – a different amount for each challenge. Complete the Daily Challenges to collect Club bonuses.

For more information on how Club Points are earned, including what does or does not award Club Points, be sure to check out the following help article:

What are Club Points?

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What are Tournament Brackets?

  • Clubs only compete with other Clubs in the same Bracket during the weekly Club Tournament.
  • Tournament Brackets group Clubs of similar previous Club Tournament rankings, to keep the competition between Clubs of similar participation and activity. This way Club Tournaments remain fun and fair for everyone, giving all Clubs a chance at high ranks.
  • Brackets are adjusted at the end of each Club Tournament, with Tournament ranks determining the next week's Brackets.
    • Clubs in the top 3 ranks of their Bracket at the end of a Club Tournament will be moved up to the next Bracket, for a chance at even better prizes.
    • Clubs below the top 14 ranks of their Bracket at the end of a Club Tournament will be moved down a Bracket, allowing them to compete with Clubs more similar to their own, for a chance at higher ranks.
  • No matter the Bracket or rank, all Clubs will earn a prize at the end of the Club Tournament!

To view your Club's current Bracket:

  1. Tap Clubs in the lobby.
  2. Tap Tournament Brackets to see your Club's current Bracket and information about the other Brackets.
  3. You can also view Legend – the top Bracket – and the current top 20 Clubs by tapping Viewnext to Legend in the Tournament Brackets menu.
  • Brackets below the top 3 Brackets have multiple tiers – each is separate, with Clubs competing against other Clubs in the same specific Bracket tier. For example, 'Emerald I' Clubs will compete against other Emerald I Clubs.

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