The exciting ‘Road to Las Vegas 2022’ promotion from 888poker has stepped up a notch with the announcement of the Vegas Dream Package giveaway.
Two packages worth $13,000 will be given away to a member of the 888poker StreamTeam and one lucky 888pokerTV Twitch viewer.
Starting May 11, viewers will be able to watch the 888poker StreamTeam battle in a special online series over six weeks. Tune in from 19:50 GMT every Wednesday. In order to participate in the leaderboard, fans of 888poker should tune into all the streams to make sure they’re in with a chance of winning the package.
888poker Road to Las Vegas
888poker players have been able to win their way to Vegas for as little a $0.01 for a while thanks to the Road to Las Vegas promotion in the 888poker client. You can also buy directly into a $1,050 Qualifier to win your way to Sin City.
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Now viewers of the 888poker TwitchTV channel will also be in with a chance of winning, with a series of contests and challenges the only things standing in their way!
The $13,000 Vegas prize package includes the following:
- $10,000 tournament buy-in
- $1,500 for the accommodation of your choice
- $1,500 for travel & expenses
- 888poker LIVE kit
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Begin the Road to Las Vegas with an 888poker Welcome Bonus
Now is the perfect time to join 888poker if you have not already done so. Download 888poker via PokerNews, create your free account, and 888poker will give you a free $88 worth of cash game and tournament tickets – this is a free £20 for residents of the United Kingdom – just for reaching this stage.
Your first deposit is matched 100% up to $400 in the form or a releasable bonus. You have 90 days to release as much bonus as you can. Contact 888poker support for more details.
Will Shillibier is based in the United Kingdom. He graduated from the University of Kent in 2017 with a B.A. in German, and then studied for a NCTJ Diploma in Sports Journalism at Sportsbeat in Manchester. He previously worked as a freelance live reporter, and video presenter for the World Poker Tour.