partypoker shared online poker liquidity in Spain and France
Yesterday’s launch of the partypoker.eu platform offers players from partypoker.es (Spain) the chance to compete against one another for the first time, with the introduction of the shared liquidity pool.
Over €1 Million Guranteed in weekly MTTs at Partypoker.eu
French poker sites see their current MTT schedule and gurantees doubled! While their Spanish counterparts can finally play MTTs again following a period of absence.
The new site will guarantee over €1,000,000 every week with buy-ins ranging from only €0.55 to €250! In the popular Progressive Knockout Bounty Tournaments alone there are more than €600,000 up for grabs every week.
No more rake on Knockout Bounty Buy-Ins!
What’s more, players can now win even more from these unique format events as part of a recent move to scrap the rake on the bounty element of the buy-in.
6-max tournaments feature prominently across the exciting new schedule, with ‘Predator’, ‘Shield’, ‘Monster’ and ‘Bazooka’ among the variants of a diverse MTT roster running round the clock.
Software Upgrade for all Spanish players
To complement the launch Spanish players will benefit from a significant software upgrade, while further improvements are to be rolled out over the summer months across both .ES and .FR clients.
“Bring back the Poker First mentality, live and online”
Partypoker ambassador in the eu market Betrand “ElkY” Grospellier said:
“I am extremely enthusiastic about joining partypoker to actively support their efforts to bring back the ‘Poker First’ mentality, live and online. Our goal is to provide players and fans with an experience they deserve worldwide. partypoker will be aiming to bring their ambition, expertise and successful model to the .eu market with some big announcements coming soon.”
Partypoker Managing Director Tom Waters added:
“We are extremely excited ahead of the highly-anticipated shared platform launch as we strive to translate recent successes seen in our dotcom market to the new .eu site, and look forward to bringing our Spanish and French players together for the first time.”