partypoker celebrates a summer of football with new Click Card Championships. It's a World Cup Leaderboard-based competition just in time for the World Cup!
Who doesn't love football? Luckily partypoker has a special promotion in time to celebrate all things football and poker. What can be better than your two biggest passions -- football and poker?
partypoker will celebrate this awesome summer of football festivities with newly added Click Card Championships.
partypoker is introducing a World Cup Leaderboard-based competition, which will reward players with $80,000 in freerolls, cash prizes, plus a free seat into the $5,300 MILLIONS Online. That's a ton of stuff up for grabs.
The partypoker Click Card Championships kicks off on June 14 to coincide with the first day of action in the World Cup. All you have to do is log onto partypoker to claim your free Click Card. All participating players will be randomly assigned a team from one of the 32 in this year's tournament. You will be able to earn leaderboard points by playing poker, betting on football matches, or playing in the partypokercasino.
According to partypoker: "At the end of the World Cup, players in the top-ranking teams will each win a prize. All members of the team that tops the leaderboard will receive a $50 cash bonus, plus entry to a $30,000 guaranteed freeroll while players in the team that wins the World Cup will each win a $10 Sit & Go Jackpot package. If the same team wins both, every player will receive both prizes. The top individual point earning player will win a $5,300 entry to the $20 million guaranteed MILLIONS Online tournament which takes place in December."
Group Head of partypoker Tom Waters explained: "We wanted to offer our players a promotion that would build with the excitement of the World Cup and importantly allow the players to participate by playing their preferred game type. There are some great prizes on offer and players will be rewarded for their own personal performance in addition to any rewards earned by their team on the leaderboard."