The Accumulator online pokie tournament kicks off today and the game that you get to play on throughout this month-long event is the Immortal Romance online pokie from Microgaming. This tournament has a €2.00 buy-in fee (approximately AU$2.76) and the tournament prize pool starts out at €500 (approximately AU$690.00).
These values may slightly vary and this will be determined by the exact rate of exchange at the time of buying-in to the tournament and at the exact rate of exchange when your prize is awarded. This initial buy-in fee gets you 7,500.00 starting coins and a total of 6 minutes of tournament play time. You can purchase up to as many as 4 Continue Play Options and up to as many as 999 Rebuys (also at the same cost of the buy-in fee).
The prize pool will continue to climb when it has reached its initial goal of €500 and then all Rebuys and Continue Plays that are purchased throughout this event will automatically contribute towards the main pot. If you want to take part in this tournament you’ll need to download and then install the free Microgaming software onto your Windows operating desktop or laptop computer.
The other major online pokie tournament running over the next four weeks is the €100K March to Riches Tournament. This event has a €100,000 prize pool (approx. AU$138,000.00) and a €10.00 buy in fee (approx. AU$13.80) and the game that you get to play on throughout this event is the Finer Reels of Life pokie from Microgaming. The top prize is €10,000.00 (AU$13,800) and Continue Plays and Rebuys are also both allowed.
Some of the other exciting online pokie tournaments that you may want to keep an eye out for throughout March 2017 include the new Double or Nothin Tournaments where you get to play on various Microgaming pokies such as Thunderstruck and Ladies Nite. You can also find plenty of All Day Reloader’s, One Shots and Extender’s, as well as Player Pot Tournaments, The Weekend Whopper, the Monthly Monster and the Midweek Moolah.
Some of the other pokies that you get to play on throughout some of these tournaments include Burning Desire, Immortal Romance, Break Away, Agent Jane Blonde and Terminator 2. Let’s now take a quick look at some of today’s biggest progressive jackpots. Microgaming’s Mega Jackpot that connects all of the Mega Moolah pokies is now worth an impressive AU$7,675,493. You can also play to win more than AU$635,093 on Microgaming’s King Cashalot pokie and more than AU$567,476 on the Major Millions pokie.