Crypto gambling giant Stake is here with another VIP Forum tournament, the Hidden Ace VIP Challenge, with a prize pool of over $9,000! To be eligible for a cash prize in this tournament, on the Stake original Hilo game, you need to win a bet by opening as many cards on the Hilo game as you can, but the first card must be 7 in any suit. Also, you will get an extra reward if you hit a multiplier over 800x. The challenge will last for seven days, and the last day to join is September 5.
Stake organizes at least two VIP forum challenges monthly, and usually, they gather a prize pool of over $9,000 for these events. In the Hidden Ace VIP Challenge, first, you must be a VIP member on Stake to participate in the challenge. And to be eligible for a cash prize, you must win a bet by opening as many cards on the Hilo game as possible, but the first card must be 7 in any suit. There is a minimum bet amount of $1, and verified members will get 100% more on the basic reward.
Stake was established in 2017, and they have made great efforts to be a reliable gambling site. The site is licensed in Curacao, and is also a member of the Crypto Gambling Foundation. Stake is a hybrid crypto gambling site that presents its game library in two main categories, and these are Casino and Sportsbook. Lastly, Stake accepts deposits with both cryptocurrencies and fiat money, and Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Dogecoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ripple, Tron, EOS, Tether, and Binance Coin are the accepted ones on the site.
Stake Hidden Ace VIP Challenge Rewards
Hidden Ace VIP Challenge has a prize pool of over $9,000, and here’s the distribution for some of it:
- 1st Place – $750
- 2nd Place – $400
- 3rd Place – $200
- 4th Place – $150
- 5th Place – $100
- 6th to 10th Place – $80
- 11th to 20th Place – $40
- 21st place onward, eligible players will get a share of $1,500.
Stake Hidden Ace VIP Challenge Rules
- There is a minimum bet amount of $1.
- You must be a VIP member.
- Only Stake Original game Hilo is eligible for this challenge.
- You must post your bet ID to the related forum topic.