Virtual Reality get involved more often

Virtual Reality: get involved more often

Dear clients,

Virtual Reality has long been the most popular contest among Alpari clients. As such, we’re pleased to announce that from now on, contest rounds are going to be held more frequently, with bigger cash prizes for demo-account trading up for grabs!

Starting from the 3rd round of the contest, the following changes will be made to the rules:

  • Round duration: 3 weeks, with a one-week break between rounds.
  • Number of rounds per year: 12 (8 rounds in 2020).
  • Top prize: 200 USD.

Also, don’t forget about Turbo Week, during which even more prizes are up for grabs. Stay tuned for more lucrative offers!

Click here to read the new rules of the Virtual Reality contest in full.

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact our customer support team. You can reach us on: Telegram, Facebook Messenger, Skype (calls only), via our Live Chat service, by email at [email protected], or by phone on 44 8449 869559.

Best regards,
Alpari

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