For hardcore poker players, the extravaganza era has come as time, and again, the entities active in the space are coming up with many exciting events. While a few huge poker series are already running beyond and up to the mark, somewhere or the other, partypoker is set to elate the player-base with its recent update.
Poker, which is mostly known as a medium for entertainment and gaming, sometimes lets you earn also. However, Charity is a unique touch given to the famous game. While many giant-sized businesses from tech to medical have contributed through charity to fight the ongoing and still devastating pandemic Covid-19, Poker platforms, too, are coming up with an intention to cope with the disease.
As we all know, it has become essential to help those who are working towards finding a final solution of Coronavirus. partypoker’s ‘Shooting Stars for Charity’ is going to contribute to 1Day Sooner, an entity that assists speed up the development of a COVID-19 vaccine.
At partypoker’s ‘Shooting Stars for Charity’ event, buy-ins are also attractive, as low as $100. These buy-ins are going to get donated to the charity cause. Not just that, but the program holds a few more luring offers like a huge prize pool along with bounties on some of poker’s biggest stars.
This started making huge rounds of news among those who were interested as a tweet from Robbie Strazynski came up saying,
Lots of big upcoming events coming up at @partypoker, including a Shooting Star charity event, Poker Industry Invitational, satellites, and more, all in conjunction with the @WPT World Online Championships.@MikePatrick98's got the story.
— Robbie Strazynski (@cardplayerlife) July 5, 2020
Moreover, this charity event is a two-day event and is going to kick start on July 29. partypoker is surely going to charity an amount of at least $50,000. For which, it has attached a $500,000 guarantee to the event.
Here, apart from the attractive prize pool, big names from the poker world and entertainment industries will be involved. This includes ambassador Sam Trickett, partypoker Team Online member Jaime Staples, and many more. Trickett has stated regarding this,