Download Everest Poker to play in a series of exclusive league freerolls in August to qualify for the Everest Poker International Cup (EPIC) package. The winner will walk away with a $2,500 package to play in the Everest EPIC finale in Alicante, Spain, from September 9 to 11.
Three league events are down and five more remain in our exclusive $125,000 EPIC League on Everest Poker. You can still win your place in the Everest International Poker Cup live finale in Alicante, Spain, taking place September 9 to 11. Only 50 players will be attending this exclusive tournament, with a prize pool of $75,000.
Our tournaments are for league points only, which go toward a tournament leaderboard. The leaderboard takes into account each player’s best five results — so if this is your first event, this is your last chance to maximize your league points. The top 50 league leader board players will win their seats in the EPIC League final.
EPIC League Events – 10 Summit Points
August 11, 16, 18, 23 (1800 GMT)
EPIC League Event – 25 Summit Points (League Points are Doubled)
August 25 (1800 GMT)
EPIC League Final – Top 50 League Leader Board Players
August 28 (1800 GMT)
Each league event has an exclusive password, which will be released on our EPIC league page on the day of the tournament.
The first-place prize in the league final is a $2,500 EPIC package, which includes $1,500 buy-in, $575 accommodation, and $425 for travel expenses. The next 15 players will all win tokens to play in a $25,000 direct-entry tournament on August 29 where a further ten EPIC packages can be won on Everest Poker.
Everest Poker Pro Fabrice Soulier will be playing in the event, with a 30,000 Summit Point bounty on his head. The Summit Points can be used in the Everest Poker Store.
To play in this series you will need an Everest Poker account. Make sure you sign up through PokerNews for a $600 first deposit bonus when you use bonus code “PNEWS600” or a $700 first deposit bonus when you use bonus code “PNEWS700.” This promotion is open to all Everest Poker players, regardless of whether they signed up through PokerNews or not.
If you experience any problems with this or any of our promotions, please contact our Ticketed Promo Support System.