The most popular type of pokie tournament is free to enter, and a freeroll pokies tournament gives you the chance of actually winning a cash prize or an entry into a bigger and better paying tournament.
There are two main types of these free to enter pokie tournaments (freerolls). The first type are the network wide freerolls. These are offered at Microgaming software powered casinos.
The second type are standalone and exclusive freeroll tournaments. These are only available to play at one particular casino. You will need to be a member of that respective casino to take part in one of these. If your score is high enough, you’ll get listed on the tournament leaderboard.
The most commonly found freeroll pokie tournaments are the 90 Minute Freerolls. These are available to play several times a day. As the name suggests, they take 90 minutes to play.
These freeroll tournaments have five prizes of $10.00 each. The default for these tournaments is to offer those prizes in U.S. dollars, but their software automatically converts into your local currency.
Once you register and enter the tournament, you’re given up to 10 minutes of playtime and up to 18000 tournament credits. Be aware that this time allocation and credit allocation will change depending on which tournament pokie game you’re playing.
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The Survivor Pokie tournament is a feeder or satellite tournament. You don’t win a cash prize in this type of tourney. If you finish in one of the prize positions, you win an entry to another tournament–the 3 Day Survivor Tournament, which offers a large prize pool.
This tournament is free to enter, but players have the options to re-buy or continue for a fee if they run out of credits.
The Midweek Moolah Freeroll is another network wide freeroll feeder/satellite tournament This is a very popular tournament. You could win one of thirty free entries into the large 10K prize pool Midweek Moolah Pokie tournament. You should register early. Since this is a network-wide tournament, LOTS of players want in, and the available spaces fill up fast.
The Midweek Moolah also has a “continue/re-buy” option.
Another feeder/satellite pokie tournament which will appeal to you no doubt is the Weekend Whopper Freeroll, now this particular one offers entrants the chance to win one of thirty free tickets into the 10K prize pool Weekend Whopper tournament, and is almost identical to the above pokie tournament.
You should register early–even though there are a maximum of 12,500 entrants permitted to take part in this tournament, you will be surprised at just how quickly these entries are taken up by your fellow players.
Both Re-buys and Continues are offered, and if you are lucky enough to win one of the free tickets into the Weekend Whopper Pokie tournament then your name will be added to the list of entrants taking part in that tournament and you will be able to play your entry once the Weekend Whopper tournament gets underway.
Should you fancy giving any of the above freeroll pokie tournaments a try then we have a few words of advise that will hopefully allow you to do just that seamlessly and effortlessly.
You should make sure that you have registered an alias to take part in the pokie tournaments well in advance of any freeroll tournament beginning, this is a one off registration and will allow you to access the entire Microgaming network of freerolls as well as the paid to enter tournaments, if you haven’t registered do so now to save you wasting time when those freerolls are about to begin.
When you are playing a freeroll you will want to be able to play as many spins in a short amount of time as you can, and as such it is recommended that you close and unused programmes or browsers on your computer, as you do not want the connection to lag when taking part in these tournaments.
Finally, as mentioned above always make sure you register to take part in any freeroll as early as you possibly can, if you take too long to get around to entering you may find that the tournament has been fully subscribed and no available places are left.