UniBet Introduces HexaPro Tournaments

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Unibet Poker continues to cater to the specific needs of its customers by introducing a variety of alternative modes of playing and high-paying tournaments. The HexaPro tournaments are a bit of both really and you will be quite able to join the poker bonanza starting off on December 3

The HexaPro Tournaments Arrive and the Buy-ins are Low

Unibet Poker is pushing with its next round of high-paying events that will help you get a piece of the action. The entry-levels are quite accommodating, too, and you will find yourself playing for anything between €1 and €100. Clearly, Unibet Poker wants you to be involved and high thresholds are not really the card room’s way of spreading the word and popularity of the game.

The upcoming tournaments are based on the winner-takes-all structure, which will introduce a bit of challenge, but also excite those who feel the most capable to plunge into the race with steely determination in a bid to bite off 80% of the prizing money.

The tournaments’ payouts will be based on percentage calculated on the original stake of the player and the accumulated prizing money. According to David Lappin, a brand ambassador, Unibet’s new HexaPro Jackpot Sit & Gos are quite exciting and an easy way to introduce new and old players to substantial rewards.

These tournaments, Lappin has specified, will have multipliers, which means that people can easily add to their cash money 0several-fold in the very least so long as they are able to qualify and finish in positions that merit such rewards. True, Unibet has on occasion merited some reprimand about the way it runs its advertisement campaigns, but the company has been learning from previous faux pas.

The December HexaPro Games Kick Off

In order to participate in the games, all users will have to register an account with the card room and also make sure that they have the latest version of the client. On December 3, the client will undergo another update that will allow people to start taking part in the HexaPro tournaments and rake up profits. The platform plans to introduce a number of freeroll events and welcome bonuses that will help new players get a foothold in the competition without having to sacrifice too much of their own bankroll, if any at all.

Meanwhile, PokerStars has reported that it has also been running successful online initiatives in Europe, one of Unibet’s preferred regions. PokerStars concluded the first SECOOP Series, focusing on Southern Europe and France, Italy, and Portugal in particular.

While Unibet is trying to run a number of exciting tournaments online, the company has already announced the upcoming Unibet Open which will be taking place in Romania in February 2019 at the Sinaia Ski Resort.

Unibet has been one of the most forward-thinking initiatives involving poker. The operator has been introducing a mix of on-site events and combining them with online competitions that have a broader appeal. Unibet perhaps cannot live up to the hype occasioned by hosts such as PartyPoker with their multi-million events, but the brand is nevertheless one of the leading experts in their area and they enjoy the support of governments, community, and players.

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