Players' hearts all over the world will start to beat faster on 1 April 2009: TAB-Austria is starting a three-month international SILVERBALL CHAMPIONSNET tournament. Players all over the world will be playing for prizes and the trip of a lifetime worth more than 7,000 euros on more than 1,200 SILVERBALL terminals.
Thousands of SILVERBALL buttons, joysticks and touch-screens will be in frantic use as players all over the world compete to win great prizes at the SILVERBALL CHAMPIONSNET tournaments. And it's always the same: the faster and more precise the use of the controllers and touch-screens is, the greater the chances of winning the main prize – a trip of a lifetime to Las Vegas – the centre of the world of gambling.
Anyone who wants to enjoy everything that Las Vegas has to offer should therefore not miss TAB-Austria's "Las Vegas" SILVERBALL CHAMPIONSNET tournament. The global tournament that will be running for three months on all terminals with the current Update Version 14 will be commencing on 1 April 2009. Players from all over the world may test each other and demonstrate their skills in many different games. Great prizes like skis or digital cameras await the first five winners from each stage. The main prize will be a trip of a lifetime to Las Vegas for two people, including flight, hotel and limousine transfer – the winner of this prize will be drawn from the 30 best Unique Players (individual different players).
"TAB-Austria has held SILVERBALL CHAMPIONSNET tournaments since 2002. The steadily growing number of players, the terminals' comfortable operation and the great prizes attract thousands of players all over the world. We intend to continue to stage attractive tournaments with increasingly different focuses in the future," said Ing. Siegfried Dattl jun., Managing Partner at TAB-Austria.
The "Las Vegas" tournament consists of a total of three stages:
• Stage 1: 1 to 30 April 2009
• Stage 2: 1 to 31 May 2009
• Stage 3: 1 to 30 June 2009
Every stage of the tournament comprises ten games from different categories (quiz, strategy, action, etc.). Players may register simply and free of charge at any SILVERBALL terminal and join the tournament at any time.
Las Vegas: a paradise for fortune seekers
"The city that never sleeps": Frank Sinatra should have known that this best describes Las Vegas. But the desert oasis has much more to offer than gambling: some of the most beautiful hotels in the world have risen from the sand along the famous Las Vegas Strip. The winner of the trip of a lifetime and companion will reside at the MGM Grand Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada. The MGM is the third-largest hotel in the world and besides the obligatory casinos is also home to a shopping mall and many bars and restaurants. Movie fans will also know that the MGM Grand Hotel was one of the locations for "Ocean's Eleven" with George Clooney.
SILVERBALL CHAMPIONSNET: the unique tournament system
CHAMPIONSNET may be accessed through all networked SILVERBALL terminals and via the Internet at www.championsnet.net. This is where players may find out about new games and tournaments around the clock. With TAB-Austria's Online Terminal Management (OTM), customers may comfortably and easily update their terminals and connect to other terminals via the Internet. TAB-Austria has been using this technology since 2002 to develop new markets and set trends. Even local tournaments may be managed by operators using the unique OTM system. "We don't just sell entertainment equipment, we work continuously to give both players and operators a thrill," said Ing. Siegfried Dattl jun.
Games may be played on all SILVERBALL terminals – equipment that has been familiar to all passionate players for more than 12 years. As stand-alone or bar-top systems – with more than 245 games – SILVERBALL has become a trendsetter on the entertainment sector. SILVERBALL is available in the Strato and Cosmo versions and comes with Internet access, email and jukebox upgrade features. (E-03.26.09)
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