End Boss, PokerBaazi’s flagship tournament, returns with a new 5 crore (about $650,000) guarantee, while Spartan Poker’s IOPC series promises a prize pool of 33 crore ($4.2 million) – India’s highest ever.
PokerBaazi, India’s largest online poker club, and Spartan Poker, India’s fourth-largest, have set up several important tournament events that are virtually on par with foreign operators’ guarantees.
This month, PokerBaazi, which has risen to become the country’s largest online poker platform, will hold the third edition of its record-breaking tournament End Boss. When translated from INR to USD, the event returns with 5 crore in guarantees, which is almost $650,000. It continues to maintain the record for the largest guaranteed online poker event on the market.
Spartan Poker, the other India-based room, will conduct the 13th edition of its flagship event series India Online Poker Championship (IOPC), which will establish a new record of 33 crore guarantees, surpassing the previous two editions’ 30 crore guarantees.
At today’s currency conversion rate, 33 crore or 3300 lakh equals to well over $4.2 million, which is significantly more than the flagship series hosted by major poker companies like as 888poker, iPoker, and Unibet.
Recently, PokerBaazi has set a new milestone by surpassing 1,000 concurrent players on its cash tables, which they did twice this week!
To commemorate this monumental feat, PokerBaazi is holding Depositors Freerolls with a substantial prize pool for India’s largest-ever online event, the 5 Crores GTD ENDBOSS, which begins May 18.
From May 11 to 20, PokerBaazi will give away 100 tickets to the ENDBOSS 2022 in ten days of freerolls, for a total prize pool of 11 lakhs! To enter the flagship tournament for free, simply make a minimum deposit of $200 on the site and you will be entered into the 5 Seats GTD ENDBOSS Depositors Freeroll. The freerolls take place twice daily at 2 PM and 7:15 PM.
This achievement comes just two months after PokerBaazi reached the incredible milestone of dealing 1 billion hands on its site. The site’s #BaaziBillion campaign is still going strong, and the impending ENDBOSS 2022 is a part of it.