Some background on Unibet shows that they are easily considered one of the best in the online gaming business. Unibet Group, the group that runs the gaming portal is a publicly listed company at the NASDAQ OMX Nordic Exchange in Stockholm. With roots dating back to 1997, they have consistently provided a platform for sports betting, casino, games and online poker to over 6.7 million clients in more than 150 countries! With that strong customer base it is quite obvious they are doing something right and it all is on display for the Unibet Open.
Leading up to the big event in early June, Poker players will sign up at Unibet with the chance to be a part of the 2013 Troia Unibet Open tournament. This leg of the tournament is held just south of Lisbon in beautiful Portugal on the sandy beaches surrounded by great weather and beautiful people. The buy in for the tournament is €1,500+150 and the game is NLH freezeout.
A freeze-out is a tournament where all players start with the same number of chips, there are no rebuys or add ons, and barring some sort of deal, play continues until there is one player left. As players are eliminated, tables are consolidated, until there is only one table left. Along with this tournament Unibet is serving up other great options. With side events and cash on demand games this is an event that cannot be missed.
Qualifiers for this tournament will start in March and run through the summer leading up to the tournament in June. If you qualify you will be awarded with a full package that will include a €1,500+150 buy-in to the Main Event; four nights for you and a guest at the Aqualuz Hotel; €300 for travel expenses; breakfast and dinner daily during the tournament and an invitation for you and your guest to attend all of the great parties that Unibet will be throwing throughout this A-list event.
This event is second to none and will provide a paradise background for some of the best poker players in the world. Now is the time to make your mark in the poker world by qualifying at Unibet today!