Jamaica | Mar 7, 2023

Supreme Ventures Limited kicks off its Supreme Domino Master Series

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Supreme Ventures team members (from left) Terrydene Smith, Rohan McCooty, Don-Mark Smith, and Michael Simms compete in the final round of competition at the Supreme Ventures Domino Staff Series on Saturday at the Supreme Ventures Limited Corporate Office (Photo Contributed).

Supreme Ventures Limited (SVL) is set to begin its Supreme Domino Master Series on Sunday (March 12) at Pier 1, Montego Bay.

The series is Jamaica’s first annual, island-wide Domino Tournament, and will be played using the cutthroat format. It will consist of  7 community-level tournaments across the island, and 1 national tournament ​where a national champion will be crowned.

The tournament will run from March 12 to May 21, 2023, and will journey to Miggie’s Sports Bar in Spanish town on Sunday ( Mar 19).

Following that, on April 2nd and 23rd, Shanshy Beach Bar, Port Antonio and Smart Choice Jerk Center, Negril will host the tournament. The final set of tournaments in May will be hosted at Caymanas Park, Portmore; Ultimate Jerk Center, Discovery Bay and Murray’s Jerk and Fish Hut, May Pen, on the 7th, 14th and 21st of the month.

Xesus Johnston, Supreme Ventures Gaming Ceo, plays his hand at the Supreme Ventures Domino Staff Series on Saturday at the Supreme Ventures Limited Corporate Office (Photo: Contributed).

Tickets for the tournament will be available at all Fontana Pharmacy branches, select Texaco service stations, Supreme Ventures Retail Centers, Pier One and at caribtix.com. Tickets for the community tournament can be purchased for $2000, while tickets for the National Finals will cost $5000.

The registration fee applies only to those who wish to participate in the tournament. Therefore, spectators will have free entry to all tournament events including the National Finals.

Gary Peart, the executive chairman of SVL, asserted that “The top sixteen players from each community tournament will receive automatic qualification to the National Championship of Jamaica Finals on June 11, 2023,”

“We want to remind participants that upon purchasing their tickets, they must visit the official tournament website svldomino.com to register and be added to the database. On the day of the finals, all they need to do is to turn up at the National Arena, check-in and play. That also goes for all the tournaments prior to the finals.”

Supreme Ventures chairman Gary Peart (Photo: Facebook @SVLJA).

The 1st place winner at the National Finals will walk away with a whopping $1,000,000, while 2nd place will walk away with $750,000. 3rd and 4th place qualifiers will receive a total of $600,000 and $400,000 each.

The 5th-16th place will get a sum of $100,000 and the 17th-64th will receive $15,000 each. At the community level, all qualifiers will receive prize money for their participation.

1st place will receive a total of $150,000, while 2nd and 3rd place will receive $100,000 and $75,000 respectively. 4th place will leave with a sum of $50,000 and 5th-16th place will walk away with $15,000 each.

In addition to the tournaments, the Supreme Ventures team has partnered with the National Blood Transfusion Service, to facilitate blood donations at all community tournament venues, as well as at the National Arena for the finals.

Enjoying a friendly game of domino at the launch of the Supreme Masters Domino Series at Kingston Jerk on Wednesday are (from left) Select Brand’s Category Manager, Trizan Chung Ying, Co-Managing
Director, David McConnell, and Supreme Ventures Limited Executive Chairman, Gary Peart, Deputy CEO, and Chief Marketing Officer, Heather Goldson. Looking on from the sideline are (standing, back) Dwayne Tulloch, SVP of Retail and Customer Operations, and (standing, front) Xesus Johnston, Supreme Ventures Gaming Ceo. (Photo: Contributed).

Each person who successfully donates blood will have the opportunity to be entered for a chance to be one of 10 winners of $10,000 each.

“We have established a very tight-knit bond with the Blood Bank and so, we are happy to have them on board for this initiative. We are aware that they are facing a shortage of blood supply, therefore, we had to make it a priority to figure out how best we could assist in getting persons to donate.” stated Heather Goldson, Supreme Ventures Foundation Director.

Supreme Ventures Limited looks forward to the growth of domino from just a household hobby, to maximizing its true potential as a professionally recognized sport. The Company urges participants and supporters to come out early to be a part of history.


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