On Monday, 26 February, Unibet Poker will start a new tradition by emerging Unibet Online Series (UOS) that will last till 11 March. Unibet hosting first-ever online poker festival marks a huge breakthrough for Unibet Poker on their way to further establishing itself as one of the top online poker rooms in the world.
In order to participate in UOS you need an account at Unibet Poker that now offers amazing welcome package which includes €200 progressive bonus, four tickets to €500 Welcome Freerolls and €2 Unibet Open Qualifier ticket.
UOS will feature 28 events broken down into three different tiers per event called Nano, Low and High. This way, huge schedule of 84 tournaments is created with €300,000 combined guaranteed prize pools.
Different tiers mean that any player can participate regardless of their finance. The lowest tier will offer players buy-ins from €0.1 to €1.The Low events will feature buy-ins ranging from €2 to €25 while the High events feature buy-ins from €25 to €100. Even satellites, already running, give players a chance to qualify for the events for a fraction of the cost so this tournament will be a mixture of all range of players’ bankrolls.
Tournaments will consist of No Limit Hold’em and Pot-limit Omaha varieties and take advantage of many tournament formats like rebuy, bounty, progressive bounty, ante and freezeout. Each day, six events will be held, three at 7pm and three on 8.30pm. The series will end with three Main Events and the €100 UOS Main Event with €100,000 prize pool.
Four leaderboards will be held at Unibet Poker, one for each tier, Nano, Low and High, and one overall leaderboard. The winners of tier laderboards will be awarded €200, €500 and €700 while the winner of overall leaderboard takes home €1,500 and gets invited to the inaugural Unibet Battle of Champions.
Battle of Champions will be held at the beginning of 2019 and it will be live-streamed nine-player event. Participants will be four Unibet Online Series winners, four Unibet Open winners and the winner of Deep Stack Open leaderboard. Prize pool and finer details are yet to be announced later in 2018.