Unibet Poker is celebrating six years of being a standalone network and is celebrating by running a special Anniversary Prize Drop. The poker operator confirmed that up to €90,000 in prizes will be distributed from February 24 to April 5, 2020. If you want to take advantage of this special offering, it’s time to play at Unibet Poker and get ready for some exciting surprises and giveaways!
Every day, Unibet will be showering 73 prizes at random to its cash game tables, and any player who is seated at the selected table where a particular prize has been dropped will be in for some nice goodies, regardless if they win or lose the hand they’re playing.
The prizes come in the form of Bonus Points, HexaPro Tickets, or Supernova tickets, each valued at €100 each. The prizes will be awarded at any time of the day, but the bulk of the prizes will go towards the lowest stakes, as explained by Unibet. This means the online poker site will take into account the buy-in level in distributing the prizes, categorised into Gold, Silver, and Bronze.
Gold prizes will most likely be dropped in the NL/PL25+ cash games, with up to 18 winners. Up to 120 players in the NL/PL10 games will receive Silver prizes, while up to 300 players in NL/PL4 and Banzai will be awarded with Bronze prizes.
Unibet will drop more than 18,000 prizes throughout the six-week-long celebration. You need to have an account at Unibet Poker to take a shot at these daily prizes. Once you are in, simply follow the parachute icon in the lobby and play poker. That’s all you need to do. But do take note of important reminders – the prizes are non-refundable, and Unibet employees are now allowed to take part.
Also, you need to be dealt in to the hand for a chance to win.
Unibet Poker was once part of the Microgaming Poker Network (MPN). In 2014, it decided to launch its own standalone network, providing a new social gaming platform for online poker players.
Since then, Unibet has continued to grow, and its latest report indicates that the company’s poker business is performing well, generating $7.5 million in revenue during the last quarter of 2019. The figure accounts for just 2 percent of Kindred’s total revenue, but it represents consistent progress for the online gaming operator.