A tournament is a fantastic way to spice up your gameplay. Not only can you compete against other members, you can also win extra cash!
|Tournament name||Start time||End time||Prize pool||Ticket price|
|Money March||2013-12-04 10:00||2013-12-06 22:59||€500||-||More info|
It's simple! All you have to do, to participate is to play the selected Tournament game, featured in the Tournament section of the site. Vera&John will discretely keep track of the participating player's progress. You must of course follow the tournament rules and play accordingly. The tournament instructions will detail how many rounds you have to play, in order to qualify, although if there is no specific reference, you must play a minimum of 20 rounds / spins / hands. If multiple games are included in the tournament, you can spread your play across all games. It is ok to play only one of them and it is ok to play all.
How to win
The player with the highest score at the end of the tournament wins. You can follow the scores on the "leaderboard" or score board which is published both on the Homepage and in the Tournaments section. If two or more players end with the same score, the one with the most rounds / spins / hands will win. Your prize money can then be found in your Vera&John account directly after the tournament ends.
Vera&John offers a wide range of first-class online gambling products and games in a safe and user-friendly gaming environment. At the Vera&John Casino you will find everything from table games such as blackjack and roulette, slot machines, video slots and other casino online games – in essence, everything that you would like to play at an internet casino is here for you to enjoy. We personally think Vera&John is the best thing since sliced bread.
The operator of this website www.verajohn.com is Dumarca Gaming Ltd. Having its registered address at Northfields, Apartment 2, Suite 6, Independence Avenue, Mosta, Malta. This website is operated under the following licence issued and regulated by Malta’s Lotteries and Gaming Authority: LGA/CLl/552/2009