PokerStars announces return of European Poker Tour

PokerStars announces return of European Poker Tour

One of the largest online and offline poker brands in the world, PokerStars, has today announced the return of the popular European Poker Tour and return of regional tours in 2022.

The long-awaited Monte-Carlo Casino European Poker Tour will get underway on the 28th April 2022 and will run until 7th May 2022.

Whilst keeping health and safety a top priority, the poker event and site operator has stated that its ambition for this year is to provide players with the best possible experiences.

PokerStars is running mega satellites for the next two weeks, allowing players to play online and qualify for EPT Prague, along with the chance to qualify for the EPT Monte-Carlo Main Event for free or for very little cost using the available daily free-rolls and feeder satellites.

According to reports, the poker brand will be giving away exclusive merchandise, interactions with ambassadors and ‘glamourrous’ prizes in competitions, including helicopter transfers and Ferrari rides during during EPT Monte-Carlo.

The global poker event specialist has stated that it will also reveal very soon additional destinations and dates for the European Poker Tour.

In addition to the return of European Poker Tour, PokerStars has announced that regional tours will be returning after a massive 5 years off, starting on 6th March with Eureka Prague and running until FPS Aix-en-Provence on 27th November 2022.

The popular global poker brand has stated that live events are a huge part of PokerStars and that health and safety is paramount going in to each and every date of the tours.

Severin Rasset of PokerStars commented on the news:

EPT Monte-Carlo is a favourite for many, and we’re pleased we can now share details for the event along with the exciting announcement that regional tours are back.

We understand that these are uncertain times for everyone. The health and safety of our players and staff is paramount to our plans and we’ll continue to communicate openly with players as each event approaches.

Live events have always been a big part of PokerStars, and we can’t wait to get back to the live felt and hope to see many of our players at events soon!

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