PokerStars to launch 2023 Red Spade Pass in Las Vegas

May 25, 2023
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Pass winners will have access to a four-day all expenses paid trip later this year.

Operator PokerStars will launch its 2023 Red Spade Pass, a contest that offers a winner’s VIP package that includes a four-day all-expenses paid trip to Las Vegas later this year. Pass winners will have access to exclusive activities during the race weekend, as well as accommodations and return flights.

Players can enter to win Red Spade passes through PokerStars between now and October during various points of the season. The first opportunity to win passes will run from May 15 until July 10. Users can enter through the free-to-play online casino game Spin of the Day.

PokerStars Rebecca Director of Partnerships & PR McAdam Willetts said, "Developing the Between the Lines series with the support of Oracle Red Bull Racing has given us such a brilliant opportunity to look back at some of the most pivotal moments in one of the teams' most successful seasons, as well as some of the most exciting moments in our live event history, and really dig into the skills and strategies that can be applied wherever mental dexterity is necessary and competition is fierce.

“Alongside creating major memories through our Red Spade Pass, we're looking forward to giving fans additional opportunities to get under the hood this season with even more content, promotions, experiences, and rewards."

PokerStars recently combined player tools in the states of Michigan and New Jersey. To celebrate the launch, PokerStars hosted two tournaments, with a guaranteed combined prize pool of $150,000.

Players in both Michigan and New Jersey got in on the action with a $100 buy-in for the first tournament, and a $10 buy-in for the second.


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