PokerStars’ Power Path Gives Players Chance To Win Packages To 2023 WCOOP

PokerStars’ Power Path Gives Players Chance To Win Packages To 2023 WCOOP August 29, 2023 Mario Alfonsi
by Mario Alfonsi  |  Published on Aug 29, 2023  |  Updated on Aug 29, 2023

Pokerstars Power PathSummary:

  • Power Path allows players to secure tickets to PokerStars tournaments both live and online
  • The prizes come in the form of Bronze, Silver, and Gold passes
  • These passes can then be redeemed for tournament tickets and packages worth as much as $10,300

PokerStars’ new Power Path promo offers players the opportunity to compete in major live tournaments throughout the globe sponsored by the operator.

Launched in July, Power Path primarily awards prizes in the form of “Power Passes” that can be won via qualifiers.

These passes can then be used to enter some of PokerStars’ most popular tournament series, including the ongoing European Poker Tour (EPT). But not only that — the passes may also serve as tickets to online festivals running on PokerStars, such as the upcoming 2023 World Championship of Online Poker (WCOOP). For those who are still new to Power Path, here’s how you can participate in the promo and win a share of the passes

Qualify for PokerStars Tournaments via Power Path

Power Path involves a four-step qualification system. Players can play the Step 1 qualifiers for free daily by simply logging in to their accounts and playing their regular games, or they can buy in directly for only $0.50. Step 1 qualifiers award tickets to Step 2, and from there, successful players advance to Step 3. Step 2 and Step 3 qualifiers are also available via direct buy-in, with affordable entry fees of $1/$1.50 and $11 respectively.

There is no direct buy-in option for Step 4 and no re-entries as well. Players need to win tickets via the Step 3 MTTs. It is in the final stage that three levels of Power Passes – Bronze, Silver, and Gold – are awarded.

Redeeming Power Passes

The Bronze Pass may be redeemed for a $109 PokerStars tournament ticket and at the moment, poker tournaments that players can enter using the Bronze Pass are the $109 Sunday Million and upcoming $109 WCOOP events.

The Silver and Gold Passes can be converted to tournament packages. The Silver Pass, worth $2,500, may be used to enter the ESPT, UKIPT, or the Eureka series, all of which have multiple stops.

The Gold Pass gives players one of the following prizes: a $10,300 EPT or UKIPT package, a $10,300 WCOOP Tickets Bundle, a $10,300 WCOOP Main Event entry, and a $10,300 EPT Cyprus Full or Mix Package, among others.

Players may redeem their passes by navigating to the Power Path section in the PokerStars lobby and clicking the “Redeem Your Pass” button.

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