Australian poker players following the Asian Poker Tour (APT) will be heading to Cambodia later this year.
That is after organisers of the tour revealed that it will stop at the Las Vegas Sun Hotel and Casino in the country from November 14th to 20th.
The announcement was made after Jason Morris, APT tournament manager, and Kim Ki Yeol, president of the venue, signed a deal earlier this week.
Mr Morris commented: "The APT is constantly on the lookout for new experiences to give players and new markets to promote further the growth of poker in the region.
"Our inaugural stop in Cambodia later this year will achieve both those goals and we’re fortunate to have found a great venue partner in the Las Vegas Sun Hotel and Casino to make it happen."
The news comes shortly after the World Series of Poker announced it is to embark on an Asia-Pacific tour next year.