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Diwali Rummy Tournament

FAQ's

Got questions? Find answers to all your queries about the 11th Annual Diwali Rummy Tournament below.

QUALIFIERS

    Shooter:

  • Q. What is a Shooter?

    A Shooter is a low-entry-fee qualifier. This DRT, we have Shooters at two entry points: Re.1 and 10. You can play either the Re. 1 Shooter or the 10 Shooter and win tickets to the next level which is the 100 Satellite.

  • Q. Is there a limit on the number of times I can play a Shooter?

    No. You can play a Shooter as many times as you like, in order to get an entry in to the 100 Satellite.

  • Q. Are tickets earned from Shooters transferable?

    No. The tickets earned from Shooters are non-transferable.

  • Satellites:

  • Q. What is a Satellite?

    In DRT 2019, we have 2 Satellites: 100 Satellite and the 1000 Satellite. You can win a ticket to the 100 Satellite by winning a ticket from the Re. 1 or 10 Shooter or directly enter the 100 Satellite by paying 100 upfront.

    • A 100 Satellite is a qualifier, which upon playing & winning can get you an entry into the 1000 Satellite.
    • A 1000 Satellite is a qualifier, which upon playing & winning can get you an entry into the Grand Finale. You may join this qualifier with a ticket or by playing 1000 upfront
  • Q. Does playing the 1000 Satellite guarantee entry into the Grand Finale?

    No. Simply playing a 1000 Satellite does not guarantee you an entry into the Grand Finale. Participants are required to play & win the 1000 Satellite in order to enter the Grand Finale.

  • Q. Are tickets earned from Satellites transferable?

    The tickets earned from Satellites are non-transferable.

GRAND FINALE

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