Triton Poker Series to Host Charity Event in Bali in 2022

the Triton Poker Series announced the 2022 Triton Poker Super High Roller Series, Bali -A Helping Hand for Charity.

From February 17 to March 1, some of the best poker players in the world will travel to the paradise of Southeast Asia to play some of the biggest events on the calendar in a setting of natural beauty while doing something for the less wealthy.


This prestigious series will also see some exciting additions to the fold.

First, luxury jeweler and watchmaker Jacob & Co. will hold the title of Exclusive Official Timekeeper. To celebrate the company’s arrival in the poker community, a limited edition collaborative watch will be produced with a design that encompasses everyone in poker.

The Bali event will also see the launch of Triton Poker Plus, a new direct-to-consumer platform that will see over 10 hours of live coverage broadcast over 13 days of intense action.

Andy Wong, CEO of Triton Poker Series, said in a statement, “We are thrilled to finally be back and continue our efforts to raise awareness and give back to less fortunate communities. This is still part of our business initiatives, and we will go even further with involvement on the ground. We will continue to deliver extensive coverage of our highly anticipated season launch to our growing audience across multiple platforms and look forward to showcasing the thrills and excitement our tournaments have to offer.

He went on to praise Triton’s partners and their continued support and was delighted to continue to meet the demand for significant live coverage of these major festivals.

Cheng Zhen Wei, Business Development Manager at Triton Poker, added, “We have been working hard to improve the way we run our live events after Covid. The pandemic has allowed us to reevaluate innovative ways to raise the bar on our live streams. Our partnership with Jacob & Co will bring more value to each of the televised events of our broadcast tournaments.

We look forward to seeing this event unfold. It’s been too long since we’ve seen so many high-stakes tournaments of this scale take place day in and day out. The smallest buy-in event is $30,000, and many tournaments charge up to $200,000 to enter. It’s going to be awesome!

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