PokerBaazi extends its association with the Asian Poker Tour for another two years – Agora Poker

PokerBaazi extends its association with the Asian Poker Tour for another two years

PokerBaazi extends its association with the Asian Poker Tour for another two years

PokerBaazi .com has extended its exclusive India partnership with the Asian Poker Tour – Asia’s premier poker events brand for another two years continuing the successful association. In the last two years of the partnership, PokerBaazi has hosted three successful APT India Online events.

The extension of the partnership comes along with the next APT India online edition slated to begin on July 1, 2022, the details of which will be released by the brand tomorrow and promises to be bigger than the previous edition held in January 2022. The partnership will allow Indian poker players to participate in the online events hosted on PokerBaazi.com and fight for the coveted APT trophy.

Navkiran Singh, Founder & CEO of Baazi Games said, “With PokerBaazi.com completing a Billion Hands in April, we are continuously looking to up the ante with larger tournaments, IPs, and more opportunities for Indian players. The extension of our exclusive India partnership with the Asian Poker Tour only furthers our commitment in this direction.”

Asian Poker Tour is one of Asia’s leading tournaments which announced the first-ever exclusive online series for Indian players, in 2020, in partnership with Pokerbaazi.com. The third edition of the APT India Online series was hosted in 2022 between Jan 30, 2022 – February 6, 2022 and saw a massive turnout of over 56000 entries from across the country with a total prize pool of INR 7 Crore.

With physical poker tournaments steadily returning to action post the pandemic, APT plans to host its events in destinations like Vietnam and Philippines. With more Indians being attendees at global Poker events, this exclusive partnership will also unlock opportunities for Indian players to compete online on PokerBaazi.com and win packages to the global APT tournaments.

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