EveryGame Poker, which supplies poker and casino games for some of the gaming companies in the world recently concluded its holiday week bonuses. The holiday week bonuses were scheduled to last between November 7th and 14th, offering EveryGame customers special free spins during the bonus week.
All through the holiday week, EveryGame Poker offered depositing punters rewards that consisted of free spins on 4 slot games included in the Nucleus Gaming Series. Examples of slot games in the series that were included in the bonus promotion include Nucleus Gaming’s 2 newest additions namely Juicy Bonanza and Party Paradise.
The party Paradise bonus contained the following scatter symbols; coconut cocktails, beer mugs, slippers, beach balls, and energizing beach drinks. Players looking to activate the Free Spins bonus rounds required at least three to five beer coolers to display on each reel, as well as a deposit of at least $25.
Juicy Bonanza, on the other hand, is the newest title in EveryGame’s already extensive portfolio. Juicy Bonanza boasts a symbol of tasty bright cherries and lemons that are played on a 3-4-5-4-3 grid. If players wanted to trigger the Free Spins bonus features, all they needed was a small deposit of $50, as well as the special bonus code.
In addition to these 2 newer slots, Tropical Splash, which is a non-traditional slot from Nucleus also offered free spins. Tropical Splash required punters to have a combo of 3,4 or 5 scatters. In addition, punters were also required to deposit at least $75 and key in a special bonus code.
EveryGame’s SOFT Series Tournament also returned in November and December
In November, EveryGame announced the launch of a new poker tournament created specifically for recreational poker players. The tournament kicked off first on November 17th offering poker players a wide range of opportunities to walk away with massive cash prizes. Some of the tournaments on offer included 2 Superstack R&A tournaments, an Omaha HiLo R&A, as well as an additional 2 progressive bounty tournaments.
These 2 tournaments were then followed by a Thanksgiving Special that was scheduled to take place on the 24th of November. In the Thanksgiving special, poker players were allowed to split the payout, which amounted to $2500. Two days later on the 26th, the final was concluded offering participants a combined prize pool of $25,000.
In December, the SOFT tournament returned to the platform yet again to target sportsbook heavy punters, as well as casual poker players. This time, however, Everygame is offering a much larger prize pool worth $37,500. In addition to this, the platform has also organized a final tournament that boasts a prize pool of approximately $25,000.
The December tournament kicked off on 2nd December and concluded on December 10th. The tournament featured 9 main events, as well as 3 side poker tournaments. Players were given plenty of opportunities to walk away winners including daily freerolls that saw interested poker players awarded free entry tickets to all the major tournaments on the schedule.
A lot more poker tournaments are expected before the end of the year
Aside from the above-mentioned poker tournaments on EveryGame, poker players all around the country have several more noteworthy poker tournaments to look forward to. One of the most highly anticipated events this December has been the WPT World Championship.
The WPT World Championship has been taking place at the Wynn Las Vegas and is expected to offer players a chance to take home a slice of the biggest live tournament guarantee in the history of the game. The high-stakes buy-in poker championship event will be televised and will be the culmination of a bigger multi-tournament festival scheduled to take place between December 1st and 20th.
The WPT World Championship features more than 12 tournaments including 3 main events. The first of these events was the Prime Championship, which served as an appetizer to the Main course. The $1,100 buy-in event consequently attracted a total of 5,430 entries which ended up generating an impressive prize pool of $5,267,100.
The first-place winner of the Prime Championship turned their $1,100 buy-in into at least $700,000. WPT Prime was created as a mid-stakes poker tournament that would succeed the popular and now defunct WPTDeepStacks. WPT Prime has had several stops all over the world for most of the year. As such, it wasn’t surprising that the first tournament managed to defy expectations with its massive prize pool of $5 million.
The Wynn Mystery Bounty, on the other hand, promised a guarantee of $2 million and a modest buy-in of $1,600. The Wynn Mystery Bounty kicked off on December 16th and is expected to conclude on December 19th. The one-of-a-kind mystery bounty event, which was pioneered by Wynn Resorts, will see poker players draw cash prizes after securing bounties, with possible bounties climbing as high as $100,000.
Yet to unfold is also the $1,100 Ladies Championship, which is scheduled to take place between December 16th and 18th. The Ladies Championship, as you can expect, will attract some of the most prolific female poker players in the industry. These ladies will battle it out for a chance to take home the largest chunk of the $2 million guaranteed prize.
These festivities will conclude with the highlight of the tournament- the $10,400 buy-in no-limit hold ’em main event. The event, which offers a staggering guaranteed prize pool of $15 million kicked off on December 12th and is still underway.
The televised tournament will feature 3 single starting flights scheduled between December 12th and 14th. The champion will be determined at the final table which will be played on December 20th. During this momentous tournament, poker players will start the table with 100,000 in tournament chips.
In addition to taking home the largest share of the groundbreaking guaranteed prize pool, the winner of the WPT World Championship will also have his or her name engraved on the coveted Mike Sexton WPT Champions Cup. According to reports from WPT, at least 500 of the best professional poker players are expected to qualify for the final table through a combination of online and in-person poker satellites.