- PokerStars is hosting PSPC Mega Path Qualifiers with entry fees starting at $0.50
- The winners will walk away with a $30K Platinum Pass
- The PSPC will take place in January 2023 in the Bahamas
The PokerStars No-Limit Hold’em Championship (PSPC) is set to return to the Bahamas in January 2023 after a four-year hiatus and the operator is celebrating this massive comeback by handing out tickets to the prestigious event through various promotions.
PokerStars will be hosting multiple live events in different locations across the globe as part of the Road to PSPC where the winner walks away with the highly-coveted Platinum Pass worth $30,000 which covers the $25K PSPC buy-in.
Players can also secure a seat into the massive tournament via the PSPC Mega Path Qualifiers for only 50 cents!
PSPC Mega Path Qualifiers – Key Details
The PSPC Mega Path Qualifiers involve four to five steps. First, the players will compete in Sit and Go or Spin & Go tournaments for as low as $0.50 via direct buy-in or ticket. These tournaments are available daily, meaning there is no shortage of chances for players to win their way into the PSPC for a fraction of the price.
Those who want a shorter route may take part in MTT qualifiers with buy-ins of $20 (Step 2) and $100 (Step 3). The final step, Step 4, which is worth a buy-in of $1000, is only open to those who won Step 3. There will no longer be a direct buy-in option at this stage.
Players who manage to reach Step 4 will get the opportunity to win a PSPC Platinum Pass, with the first one to be awarded on May 1. The final step is scheduled every Sunday, meaning there will be at least 26 Passes to be given away.
Each Platinum Pass, which is worth $30K, includes the PSPC $25K ticket, six nights hotel accommodation for two in a 5-star hotel, $1900 expense money, airport transfer, as well as Platinum Pass experiences and PSPC merchandise.
Follow in the Footsteps of Ramon Colillas
The PSPC debuted in 2019 with Platinum Pass holder Ramon Colillas being crowned the winner. Colillas, then a fitness instructor from Spain, became a multi-millionaire after outclassing a field of more than 1,000 entries to take home the top prize of $5.1 million. Colillas is now part of PokerStars’ ambassador roster.
The Road to PSPC gets underway in June and will run until October. PokerStars will travel to various locations in Europe, Latin America, and Asia to give away Platinum Passes, starting with a stop in Liechtenstein.