Is there anything better in life than an online poker tournament series? We don’t think so. It’s an excuse to roll up your sleeves and strap yourself in for lots of drama on the felt. It’s a bit like watching a soap opera or a really good BBC mini series, but you can end up with a hefty pay out if things go your way.
And that’s why we’re delighted to tell you that the Unibet Online Series is kicking off TODAY. Yes, you read that right. For over two weeks, Unibet are treating you to 84 brilliant events and, as you’d expect in all good online poker tournament series, there are four great leaderboard races too.
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You can choose from nano, low or high buy-in events during the Unibet Online Series. Confused as to what exactly that means? Let’s break it down for you:
So as you can see, there really is something for everyone with the Unibet Online Series, no matter how much you have left over after your Christmas shopping!
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And for the full schedule of events, check out the Unibet Online Series promotional page.
There are four different leaderboards:
If you come in the top 100 of the Overall leaderboard, you’ll get prizes. The first place player will get 150,000 points, valued at €1,500. Then the prizes descend in value until you get to the 77th through to 100th players, who each receive 1,500 points, valued at €15.
If you come in the top 100 of the High leaderboard, you’ll get prizes. The first place player will get 70,000 points, valued at €700. Then the prizes descend in value until you get to the 91st through to 100th players, who each receive 3,000 points, valued at €30.
If you come in the top 100 of the Low leaderboard, you’ll get prizes. The first place player will get 50,000 points, valued at €500. Then the prizes descend in value until you get to the 67th through to 100th players, who each receive 2,000 points, valued at €20.
If you come in the top 100 of the Nano leaderboard, you’ll get prizes. The first place player will get 20,000 points, valued at €200. Then the prizes descend in value until you get to the 51st through to 100th players, who each receive 1,000 points, valued at €10.
In order to earn your leaderboard points, you’ve got to place in the top 35% of players in a Unibet Online Series event.
And if you want to see if you’re placing on the leaderboards (ie, if you’re in the top 100 of players competing), then simply access it via the Unibet Open Series promotional page. There’s a handy link there to take you to the page.
Like we said before, if you win an event, you get access to the Unibet Online Series Showdown. This is a multi-entry freeroll, and if you’re lucky enough to have more than one entry, you get extra chips for each additional entry.
These freeroll tickets will appear in your account by Wednesday, 19 December. And that’s also when the tournament is set to take place.
Battle of the Champions is a test of the wits of nine of the finest Unibet players. The competitors of the event will be made up of the cream of the crop of Unibet players from both online and live events. The table will welcome:
If you come out on top in the Battle of the Champions, you’ll be crowned Unibet Player of the Year and you’ll receive these astounding prizes valued at an incredible €10,000:
If you didn’t come out on top, don’t fret. All the other players will each get 25,000 bonus points, worth €250, credited to their Unibet account.
Just the regular ones. Like you have to be over 18 years of age to sign up and play. All regular Unibet site rules also apply to this promotion. And if there’s any inconsistency in another language compared to the English version, the English version will be assumed to be correct.
Speaking of the terms and conditions, if you want to take a deeper dive, they’re available on the Unibet promotional page.