World Poker Tour: The evolution of the world tour
Posted On June 8, 2021
A new version of the World Poker Tours will launch in 2018, and the tour will be completely different to what it is today.
The tour, which will be hosted by ACDC, is a multi-stage event that features an array of new venues and events, including the first ever world-class sports bar and restaurant in Asia.
ACDC will hold its first event in Malaysia in 2019.
ACDCE is expected to announce the new version in March 2019, with further dates to be announced in 2018.
This is ACDC’s third tour to Malaysia.
In 2017, they held the inaugural World Poker Championships in Kuala Lumpur.
ACDH will be the first tour to be held in Singapore.
ACDE will be held next month in Singapore with a new venue, the world’s first restaurant and sports bar, and a new sports bar in China.
The tour will begin in Singapore on May 5 and will continue through Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia, Brunei, Singapore and Indonesia, in total, before concluding in the United States on June 7.
The first of these four events will be ACDC in Singapore, where they will be hosting the first live poker tournament ever held in the world.
Ahead of the announcement, ACDC and ACDE said that they were looking to expand the tour and add new venues, which would allow the tour to reach more audiences.
“We’re excited to announce that ACDC Tour 2018 will be coming to the United Kingdom, to host a multi stop event for the first time in the UK.
ACDM will be launching an exclusive new live poker experience at its new venue at the Royal Albert Hall in London next month, featuring some of the best poker players in the country.
ACDF will also be hosting its first live event in New Zealand on July 14.
ACDA and ACDCH will be holding events in Australia, Canada, the United Arab Emirates, Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand and Malaysia before finally opening their doors in Hong Kong in 2020.”
ACDA is ACDCA, the oldest professional poker tour in the Asia Pacific, which is currently scheduled to open in Japan in 2019, and will be followed by the ACDE Tour, which has been running in China since 2005.