The prestigious poker tournament series will be hosted on SpartanPoker.com, Blitzpoker.com & Pokerhigh.com
18 days series with 116 power-packed events, winners to win prizes worth 30 Cr GTD
Hyderabad, 12th January 2022: Quadrific Media Private Limited, India’s leading gaming tech group, with skill-based games such as poker, rummy, and other gaming formats, is roaring back with its 12th edition of India Online Poker Championship (IOPC) this month. The 18-day long series will commence from January 20 and is scheduled to go on till February 06 with a whopping 30 Crore GTD.
IOPC first started in 2015 with just 6.5 Lacs in GTD, today it is 30 CR which shows huge growth. Over 4000 players played the last edition and the winner of the crown took home 57 lakhs. This year, the leading online poker tournament will bring back the best from previous iterations and add a little something on top, including the biggest leaderboard in the country. With promises of gold crowns and hefty paychecks, players will have the opportunity to grab a new title every day.
This 12th edition of IOPC will host 116 events in total across 18 days, with buy-ins from just 500 with tournaments. The Champion of the IOPC Main Event will be rewarded with a 24 K Gold Medallion with diamond studs crown and jaw-dropping amount of up to INR 3.5 Crore GTD.
Speaking about his views on the announcement, Mr. Amin Rozani, Group CEO of Quadrific Media Pvt Ltd said, “Strategy games that are tactical and skill-based like Poker are spearheading the online gaming ecosystem for the past few years and we are excited to announce the 12th edition of our flagship tournament, India Online Poker Championship. The game inspires millions of intellectuals who can apply their skill set and knowledge in the best interest of the game and win high-end prizes”.
While leveraging the upward growth of the Indian online gaming sector and the increasing pool of active poker players and the poker gaming community, IOPC is dedicated to providing a seamless and fair-gaming experience to its Indian community.