Dinesh Karthik signs a deal with Blitz Poker

To celebrate the ongoing Indian Premier League, Blitz Poker has joined hands with renowned Indian cricketer and present Kolkata Knight Riders captain, Dinesh Karthik, to launch the Blitz Premier League (BPL).

BPL  is an online poker tournament that kicked off on September 21 and is set to last for 45-days. It will witness roll out of exciting prizes and giveaways, worth ₹50 Lakhs, for both new and existing Blitz Poker players, situated across India.

The League will also host daily BPL Striker tournaments, with the prize pool to be worth about ₹75,000. Players can participate in the tournament with a buy-in (investment) of only ₹110. All new members joining during this period will also stand a chance to benefit from exciting offers on their first deposits. New users on the app will get a free ticket to the ₹75,000 GTD daily BPL Striker tournament. Participants can register for the league on the website, and the format of the game will be similar to Texas Hold’em poker.

The league also includes BPL Bonanza wherein players get a chance to win endless merchandise, claim amazing deposit offers, and an exciting deal for all new sign-ups during this cricket season. BPL will run every night at 8:30 PM IST on the Blitz Poker platform. The terms and conditions of BPL can be found out onBlitz Poker’s website and Instagram handle.

Speaking about the partnership, KKR captain Dinesh Karthik said, “Like cricket, poker requires a particular set of skills. These skills require a lot of dedication, hard work, and practice to master. Blitz Premier League is a unique online poker tournament that will definitely excite the poker fans. My partnership with Blitz Poker is my way of extending my support towards the game, and my respect for the players.”

Further commenting on the tournament, Bilzerian said, “Blitz Premier League is our way of celebrating India’s passion for cricket while also celebrating the game of skill, i.e. poker. We look forward to, once again, witnessing the passion and love for the game of poker that we’ve come to expect from the Indian poker community.”

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