PokerBaazi Announces Massive Poker Tournament Series for India

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May/02/2017

As the second most populous country in the world, the sky is the limit for poker brands looking to capitalize on the India market and PokerBaazi.com has done just that. 


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The PokerBaazi Premier League (PPL) Season VI has announced a massive 1.5 crores guaranteed prize money for PPL Season VI which is scheduled to run from 10th to 14th May 2017.

The 2 biggest attractions are the 50 Lakhs guaranteed Main Event, with a whopping 10 Lakhs guaranteed for the 1st position and the 30 Lakhs guaranteed High Roller events. There are 22 other events as well in the series which is spread over 5 days. Get the full schedule here.

Since its conception, the PokerBaazi Premier League has been the standout tournament series for Indian poker players. The previous 5 editions, beginning from December 2015, have consisently beaten the guarantees and witnessed record participation. The latest, Season V which took place in December 2016, easily crushed the then record of 80 Lakhs GTD with a participation of over 2500 players.

Since beginning operations in 2014, the PokerBaazi family has expanded exponentially and is now 1 Lakh+ member strong. In addition to developing its own indigenous software, PokerBaazi is well known for its exceptional customer service and guaranteed payouts.

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