Qualify for EPC Velden on Everygame Poker

Qualify for EPC Velden on Everygame Poker

27 Apr

Everygame poker is once again offering players the chance to qualify for the European Poker Championship with a fantastic $5,200 value package up for grabs.

The festival will run from July 13 to 24, with the main event running from July 20 to 23, and many of Europe’s top talent is expected to be present.

The July festival marks the 31st running of the European Poker Championship, with more than 15,000 different players having competed in the past. The venue for this edition is the picturesque town of Velden, Austria. Situated on the western shore of the Wörthersee lake, platyers are guaranteed a decent view while relaxing in luxury surroundings.

European Poker Championship 2022

The venue will provide more than 40 tables for both tournaments and cash games during the two weeks. Cash game grinders can expect around-the-clock action to get their fix if the games are good.

To take part in this classic poker festival, Everygame customers will have many chances to qualify for a $5,200 package by playing in the three Steps tournaments. A ticket for the main event is at stake along with a holiday for two.

The Steps events cost only $1, $10, and $150 depending on which level you choose to start at.

$5,200 Poker Package Breakdown:

  • €2,700 (about $2,900) buy-in to the main event (July 20th to 23rd)
  • 5-night stay for two at a premium hotel close to the Casino (July 19th to 24th)
  • $500 to help with travel expenses
  • Welcome Dinner with the Everygame crew


All satellite qualifiers for the European Poker Championship can be found in the lobby on Everygame Poker.

EPC Velden Step 1 – $1+$0.10

  • 1 ticket for EPC Velden Step 2 guaranteed!
  • Daily, starting on April 20th

EPC Velden Step 2 – $10+$1

  • 1 ticket for the EPC Velden Final guaranteed!
  • Daily, starting on April 20th

EPC Velden Final $150+$14

  • $5,200 Prize Package guaranteed!
  • Sunday, May 1st
  • 2 pm Eastern (8 pm CEST)

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