Unibet Open Malta ME Qualifiers Ending September 27th

Unibet Open Malta ME Qualifiers Ending September 27th September 16, 2022 Mario Alfonsi
by Mario Alfonsi  |  Published on Sep 16, 2022  |  Updated on Sep 16, 2022

Unibet Open MaltaSummary

  • Players have until September 27 to qualify for a seat into the 2022 Unibet Open Malta Main Event
  • A €2,000 package is also up for grabs until September 18
  • The tournament runs from September 28-October 2 at the Intercontinental Hotel in St. Julian’s

The 2022 Unibet Open Malta is just around the corner and for those who may not know yet, Unibet is hosting qualifiers for the Main Event which gets underway on September 29 at the Intercontinental Hotel in St. Julian’s. The operator is also giving away Unibet Open Malta packages, and the final package will be awarded on September 18.

Win a Unibet Open Malta Package

The package qualifier has an entry fee of €250 and for that amount, players get the chance to win a Unibet Open Malta package worth €2,000. It covers the €1,100 Unibet Open Malta Main Event buy-in, €250 in travel expenses, and four nights’ accommodation at the five-star Intercontinental Hotel in St Julian’s.

If you can’t afford the €250 buy-in for the package qualifier, you still have another option to win your way into the Main Event for a more affordable price. Unibet Poker is running satellites that cost just €50 to enter where you can secure a seat into the Main Event. You only have until September 27 to participate in these satellites so make sure not to miss them.

Apart from the Main Event seats, online qualifiers will also enjoy plenty of perks at the venue, including exclusive Unibet merchandise as well as free dinner each night of the poker tournament. Not only that – they also get the opportunity to meet and talk with Unibet ambassadors during the Welcome Drinks and Players Party.

2022 Unibet Open Malta Main Highlights

This year’s Unibet Open Malta is headlined by the €1,100 Main Event which has three starting flights running from September 29-30, with a winner to be crowned on October 2.

The last Unibet Open Malta Main Event tournament was in 2019 and is returning for a fifth edition this year. The tournament was last won by UK player Alan Carr for €53,400.

The Main Event is sure to attract the most attention, but there are other key events on the schedule players should be on the lookout for, such as the €550 buy-in Chip Race Mystery Bounty which kicks off on October 1.

There’s also a mini version of the Main Event which costs €110 to enter and takes place on October 2. Add to that the €240 NHL Progressive Superknockout on September 29, €90 #QUEENRULES Ladies Event on September 30, and the €220 Pot Limit Omaha on October 1.

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