888poker has just announced the beginning of its Splash Party, a new promotion with a $1 million prize pool that will give users a chance to take part in hundreds of freerolls over the course of summer.
The challenge-and-freeroll promotion will run across the operator’s poker, sports, and casino clients until the last week of September. The offer is considered one of the most generous giveaways 888 has recently run.
To win tickets for the waterpark-themed freerolls, players must complete missions throughout the week. Options include engaging in poker tournaments with $5 buy-ins, winning at a cash game with a hand containing an eight as one of the hole cards, or placing a $5 bet on any sports event or casino game.
There are three types of freerolls that gambling enthusiasts can opt for during the Freeroll Splash Party on 888poker: daily, weekly, and the final freeroll.
First, there’s the $1,000 Jacks Speedslide Freeroll. This daily freeroll is the easiest one to enter as it requires you to complete a single challenge. It is available Monday through Friday, and considering that this tournament takes place three times each of these days, there won’t be a shortage of opportunities for you to get a ticket.
Next, there’s the weekly $3,000 Queens Aqualoop Freeroll. To secure a ticket for this tournament, all players have to do is complete five missions in a week. Queens Aqualoop Freeroll will run three times each Sunday.
Finally, the promotion will culminate with the $500,000 Kings Kamikaze Freeroll. The final tournament is set to start on Thursday, September 23 and will run until Monday, September 27. To enter the last phase of the aqua-themed promotion and get a chance to win this enormous prize, players need to complete a minimum of 25 missions throughout the promotion.
Only 888poker’s registered players who have made real-money deposits before or during the promotional period are allowed to participate in the Freeroll Splash Party. Tournament tickets cannot be combined, converted to cash, or transferred to another player.