With PokerStars’ highly acclaimed 25 Days of Tournaments bonanza returning to both the US and Ontario, Canada, players can look forward to opening daily surprises. This holiday promotion, which runs from December 5th through the 29th, is evocative of the thrilling anticipation of an advent calendar in that it promises a surprise tournament every day.
Tons of Goodies for Poker Enthusiasts
Two buy-in levels, $10 and $50, are available in the campaign to accommodate players with varying bankroll amounts. It is available to PokerStars users in New Jersey (PokerStars NJ), Michigan (PokerStars MI), Pennsylvania (PokerStars PA), and Ontario (PokerStars Ontario).
Fans should be ready for an exclusive surprise event each night at 9:00 PM ET, where the tournament’s nature remains veiled in secrecy until 9:00 PM the evening before.
There are more than just surprises to look forward to throughout this event. Side events such as Half-Price Sunday on December 10 and High Roller Sunday on December 17 are also available to participants.
During Half-Price Sunday, PokerStars will host its renowned Sunday major tournaments with a remarkable 50% reduction in buy-ins while retaining the same guarantees, offering an enticing opportunity for all players.
There are 25 Days of events when participants can win additional prizes in addition to the daily mystery events. Among these highly sought-after prizes are unique pieces of merchandise signed by PokerStars North America Team Pros, tickets to live sports events, and bonus tickets worth thousands of dollars.
In all four areas, there will be freerolls every day and week where you can enter to win a share of $1,000 in prizes, so it should be exciting. In addition, the offer adds daily tasks that unlock chests, making the game experience even better.
Keeping the Fire Burning
The 25 Days of Tournaments caps off a successful year for PokerStars, following the triumph of the Fall Fest series. Notably, the previous Main Event on PokerStars’ shared liquidity network, spanning New Jersey and Michigan, surpassed expectations with 824 entries, comfortably surpassing its $200k guarantee by an additional $30.7k. Similarly, the Pennsylvania leg, with a $175,000 guarantee and a $300 buy-in, generated buzz with 607 entrants, slightly falling short and creating a $5,000 overlay.
It certainly proves that PokerStars is dedicated to providing unforgettable experiences. A wide variety of exciting tournament formats were included in earlier iterations of the campaign, including Progressive Knockouts (PKOs), 3-handed Zoom, heads-up, Total Knockouts, Pot-Limit Omaha variations, and many more.