Players can win a place at this summer’s biggest European gaming event thanks to CasinoRoom.com
Leading online gaming site CasinoRoom.com, by the Ellmount Group is offering the chance to win places at this summer’s The Festival in Tallinn after becoming the first online casino to partner with the big-money event in Estonia’s capital city.
CasinoRoom will host a series of qualifiers for The Festival from April 23-30, with players able to win full packages comprising buy-ins to the Blackjack, Roulette and Poker events, plus accommodation at the Hilton and a host of other fun extras. Sister site HighRoller.com will also hold qualifiers, with more details from both operators to be issued in the coming weeks.
The Festival in Tallinn, which will run 24/7 at Olympic Park Casino Tallinn from June 7-13, is to feature a series of Roulette and Blackjack tournaments in which players must collect as many chips as they can each day and beat their rivals.
Poker is headlined by the €550 buy-in flagship event as well as Sviten Special, Pot Limit Omaha, 8-Game, Progressive Knockout and Open Face Chinese events.
“We are delighted to be associated with The Festival in Tallinn,” said Mery Blomqvist, Group CMO, CasinoRoom, Ellmount Group.
“We cannot wait to begin the build-up to Tallinn with the qualifiers, and we know that our players will be eager to win one of the fantastic packages that will ensure their place. There’s so much fun to be had in these competitions, and the programme at Olympic Park Casino Tallinn looks incredible.”
CasinoRoom has teamed up with Twitch casino game streamers Teukka and Kung ahead of The Festival in Tallinn. They will offer prizes on their streams in the coming weeks and be on site in Tallinn to meet players in June.
Those travelling to The Festival this summer can also enjoy a series of other activities such as parties, go karting, a walk on the edge of the Tallinn TV Tower and a beer tour through Tallinn’s Old Town.
“CasinoRoom is all about fun and light entertainment, and we look forward to welcoming as many players as possible who enjoy our games and competitions in a safe environment,” Blomqvist added.