The Festival tournament series brings together Europe's best players. Whether poker, blackjack roulette or live sports betting – gamblers compete here in tournaments and fight for XL prize money. After the tournament took place in Bratislava last year, the new venue has now been set: The Festival 2022 will take place in Tallinn (Estonia) from June 27th, 2022 to July 3rd, 2022.
New location: qualifications still count
First of all, important information to get you started: Since a whole series of qualifying tournaments have already taken place, the players who qualified here and were actually intended for the event in Bratislava can now also take part in the tournaments in Estonia's capital. There are no restrictions or disadvantages. Participation in the individual tournaments either takes place in such a way that players buy in with a high buy-in. Or alternatively secure a ticket through qualifying tournaments. Qualifying tournaments can also be played at real money online casinos. Qualifying tournaments take place every Sunday at 7:00 p.m. at Guts or Nordicbet, for example. You can also participate on the go via the gambling apps!
Like last year, The Festival 2022 will feature tournaments with all the major games of chance. Although you honestly have to say that the focus here is on the poker tournaments. They enjoy the highest popularity and this is also where the highest prize money of the tournament is played. If, on the other hand, you want to follow the tournament live in the live stream, you should save the Twitch channel. Because as soon as the tournament begins, the corresponding tournament games will also be broadcast in the live stream.
This is how the organizer brings the tournament to your home and you can watch the exciting encounters live. Incidentally, the move to the new location and the later date is also due to the fact that those responsible assume that the COVID pandemic will ease significantly in the summer months and that the late date was therefore chosen. And the new location offers much more space to comply with distance rules.