Double Trouble Poker Fest Being Promoted By Borgata PA
January 18, 2022
Pokers players love being in action, the more action the better. As one of the top online poker rooms in Pennsylvania, Borgata Poker does a great job of making sure PA poker players have access to a lot of poker games with a wide range of game conditions. Never has that been more evident than it is with Borgata’s new “Double Trouble Poker Fest” Promotion. The following terms and conditions tell the tale about this new offer.
The Double Trouble Poker Fest promo will be running from January 21, 2022, all the way through the end of the day on January 30, 2022. During the time this promo is open, PA poker players will get the opportunity to register for as many as two Double Trouble poker tournaments per applicable hours. These Double TRouble tournaments will be available for registration twice a day at 7:00 pm EST and 8:00 pm EST each day, That’s four exciting tournament poker players can participate in each day with an aggregate prize fund of over $300K available over the promo period.
Poker players can register for as many of these Double Trouble tournaments as they want. Each available tournament has its own tournament format with buy-in ranging from a low of $20 to as high as $535 on January 25, 2022. Each buy-in will be divided between the tournament’s prize funds and the operator’s registration fee. Prizes will be determined based on the number of entries and the amount of money that ends up in each prize fund.
This offer is available to PA poker players through the BetMGM and Borgata online poker room websites. Participation will be allowed from all states that have legalized online poker. Both BetMGM and Borgata are part of the PokerParty Poker Network.
All participants will need to meet the minimum online poker age requirements in their respective states. In the state of PA, players must be at least 21 years of age. Ages are verified when players open their accounts with Borgata.
Each state has laws regarding the location of its online gamblers. PA poker players are required by law to be in PA when playing online poker. Their locations will be tracked by the operator, using the latest in geo-tracking software.
Employees of Bogata and its advertisers and affiliates will not have access to special promotions. That exclusion clause also extends to anyone who is related to or living with said employees.