Recently, PokerStars India, a thriving online poker platform has declared that it is launching a Micro Knockout series this month. With an array of online tourneys specially tailored to combine low and mid-stake buy-ins laid down over 65 Knockout events from June 14 – 21, 2020. The cost per Buy-ins are quite low-INR 10 and the whopping prize pool of this series is Rs. 1.3 Crore.

About Knockout Series

All the events in the K.O. Poker tournaments will entail a knockout format, which lets the tourney player collect a bounty for every player they eliminate and go against other to collate a piece of the overall prize pool. So whenever a player defeats a player or players, they get alerts about the number of players they eliminate and the cash details or bounty they earn.

As per the details about the series all the tournaments are sit-and-go tournaments in which the prize money is divided into two portions—the prize pool and the part distributed among players who knock out other players.

Prior to this amazing new concept introduced in the upcoming Micro K.O series, PokerStars offered knockout tournaments in Turbo, Hyper-Turbo, and Regular formats.

Also, Players will have a golden opportunity to win free event tickets by competing in the Daily Free-roll Tournaments.

What’s More?

The Finale of the Micro K.O. Series is on June 21 and has a guaranteed prize pool of Rs. 15 Lakh. More pivotal details about the series can be obtained on PokerStars website-

PokerStars India is trying to individuate themselves with their competitors in the eyes of their audience also they are trying to connect with major poker players and new potential customers throughout the nation.

About PokerStars

PokerStars, India comes under Sachiko Gaming Pvt Ltd, a successful online skill game provider, which is an intrinsic part of Sugal & Damani Group. It incepted on 17th April 2018 by Rational Intellectual Holdings Limited and its India licensee, Sachiko Gaming Private Limited. Also, It recently penned veteran cricket player, Mahendra Singh Dhoni (MS Dhoni), as its new brand ambassador. 

PokerStars India is known for its creative yet business-centric association with various famous individuals like Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Muskan Sethi, and Sharad Rao.

By Tanya Mishra

A Writer 'All Ghillied Up' as a Gamer.

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