The Unibet Online Series will start at the end of the month.
$800,000 will be guaranteed over the 17-day series, making it one of the biggest to hit the online schedule in New Jersey this year.
The LAPT stop in Chile has been cancelled making it the first time in a decade that the tour will not stop on Chilean soil.
Running over 16 days, the Turbo Series will guarantee $15 million over 74 events.
Players outside of Spain can now sign up on PokerStars.ES to play on the newly created “PokerStars Europe” player pool.
An expected prize pool of at least $16 million, including $1 million added to first place, will make it the biggest live tournament in the operator’s history.
Along with the iconic EPT brand, the LAPT and APPT will also return next year as PokerStars rethinks its live tour strategy.
The Romanian leg of the Unibet Open concluded with Marius Pertea winning the €1,100 Unibet Open Bucharest Main Event…
Record-setting live tournament series showcases newcomers, sponsored pros and celebrities.
As PokerStars plays coy with its WCOOP schedule, partypoker grabs the headlines with its largest ever tournament series.
Both online and land-based poker providers continue to embrace the medium as a means to reaching their target audiences.
Operator looks to repeat the sucess of its inaugural Sochi event in January with a bumper series including a $5 million Main Event.