Poker Hero Challenge The latest online real money poker platform WPT Global , in conjunction with GAMAVRS , launched it’s Poker Hero Challenge today, Thursday, May 12 and runs for two weeks, closing on Thursday, May 26 at 6 p.m. EST. The promotion promises to give away no less than $20,000 as well as a series of poker-themed NFT avatars , which can then used on WPT Global. Those who purchase or win NFTs will then unlock perks and access on the online platform.
WPT Global is currently live in over 85 countries across the world and is bringing the world of NFTs closer to the poker sphere with their unique NFT integration.
We’re very excited to partner with WPT Global, who have embraced the power of the blockchain and NFTs for their highly-anticipated online poker platform. Our Poker Heroes NFTs offer immutable transparency and elevated perks and access for players, which will hopefully elevate the already highly popular game of poker even further,” said Meysam Moradpour , General Manager of the Innovation Lab at Gamavrs’ parent company A5 Labs.
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> Sign-up on wptglobal.com and create a NEW account (only eligible for new users)
Win a hand with 72 off suit (Solve the Poker Hero Challenge*)
Tag @gamavrs on Twitter and tweet “I’m a poker hero #pokerherochallenge.” The social media team will get in touch with you to verify your claim in the system.
Ten winners will receive $1,000 in prize money (via draw) deposited into their WPT Global account and every winner receives a Poker Hero NFT (currently selling for $450 on Opensea)
*Required to play a minimum of 500 hands in order to claim prizes Being a NFT Poker Heroes holder also means much more than having a cool avatar on your WPT Global profile, you also get access to series of rewards and benefits such as: $100,000+ worth of freeroll tournaments Participating in million-dollar giveaways Access to a Discord members-only channel with access to […]
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