PokerStars and Resorts World Host NAPT in Las Vegas

November in Las Vegas is set to witness the return of the North American Poker Tour (NAPT), hosted by PokerStars at Resorts World Las Vegas. This event, the first of its kind in 12 years, promises to draw an international crowd of poker enthusiasts from November 4 to 12.

The festival will feature over $3 million in guarantees, with the NAPT Main Event alone boasting a $1.5 million guarantee. The schedule is replete with various high-stake events and activities that cater to a diverse group of players looking for premium live poker experiences in the North American region.

Simultaneously, PokerStars continues to reward its players with exceptional hospitality experiences, highlighting their collaboration with Oracle Red Bull Racing. Players can win one of fifty Vegas Gold Passes, which includes entry into the high-stake events and an Oracle Red Bull Racing Fan Experience.

PokerStars is also championing diversity in igaming by hosting a panel discussion and a beginners’ tutorial aimed at bringing more women into poker. This initiative follows the success of the PokerStars X Poker Power Women’s Bootcamp and will feature discussions on how poker skills translate to life skills, followed by an educational session for new players.

In addition to the NAPT, the Big Game on Tour is returning after a hiatus, giving players the chance to join a televised cash game with well-known personalities in poker and entertainment. The Big Game will involve auditioning players through a special satellite event, and the series is slated for broadcast in 2024.

Furthering their partnership with Oracle Red Bull Racing, PokerStars will hold charity tournaments on three consecutive days to benefit Wings for Life, with a portion of the proceeds going to the charity. These tournaments are open to all skill levels and will also feature beginners’ tutorials, offering both poker and racing experiences to the winners.

Moreover, the Red Spade Pass campaign by PokerStars, launched earlier in the year, will culminate in a group of winners from around the world enjoying an immersive experience in Las Vegas, integrating both igaming and racing thrills, a testament to the operator’s investment in customer-centric promotions.

Kevin Harrington, PokerStars CEO said “We are delighted to be bringing back the NAPT after 12 years, with Resorts World Las Vegas as our first stop. Building on the success of our European Poker Tour, we are excited to bring epic live poker back to North America and demonstrate to our players across the globe how we embody our passion for players.

“The continuation of the Red Spade Pass and introduction of the Vegas Gold Pass allows us to award players with a package trip to Las Vegas to enjoy classic Live Poker action, as well as being entertained by an epic Oracle Red Bull Racing Fan Experience.”

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