15 Jan

MPN hosting UCOP Passport & UCOP Mini

The MPN is hosting its UCOP tournament series with €500k GTD across 112 events now through February 10, 2019, plus multiple prize packages to live festivals and online tourneys.

MPN hosting UCOP Passport & UCOP MiniMPN is at it again, hosting its Universal Championship of Poker (UCOP) tournament series. There’s a half a million in guaranteed cash prizes to be awarded, and a throng of live and online poker packages to be won. It’s all part of the UCOP Passport and UCOP Mini tournaments taking place right now at MPN-powered online poker rooms.

The UCOP Passport and Mini tournament promotion is a fantastic opportunity for online poker players to win some serious cash—€500k GTD throughout—and earn a spot in some of the biggest live and online poker tournaments in the world. Continue reading to learn more about the UCOP Passport series, UCOP Passport Leaderboards, and the 1/10 scale UCOP Mini.

MPN UCOP Passport Tournament Series

The online poker network’s UCOP series got underway on Sunday, January 13, and will continue through February 10, 2019. Each day, a new line-up of tournaments is presented; 3 per day Monday-Saturday and 6 on Sunday, for a total of 25 events per week. Most buy-ins range from €5 to €100, with a few larger buy-ins of €200 to €1,000 on the weekends.

All told, there will be 112 events in the tournament series; 56 UCOP Passport events, and another 56 UCOP Mini events. We’ll talk more about those in a moment. But first, let’s take a look at the prizes for the top finishers on the…

UCOP Passport Leaderboard

Finishing high enough in any UCOP event will earn players points towards their position on the UCOP Leaderboard. The more points the better, because the top 20 finishers have a lot to look forward to. They may even find themselves traveling across Europe before the year is out.

The top finishers on the UCOP Passport Leaderboard will receive one or more prize packages to any 2019 MPN Poker Tour festival of their choosing, and/or online tournament tickets worth anywhere from €22 to €550 in buy-in power.

According to MPN, the prizes and/or prize packages for the top 20 points earners are as follows:

Place Prize
1st

3 x €1,500 Packages to any MPN Poker Tour festivals in 2019 + €550 Online Tournament tickets package (2x€110, 3x€55, 5x€22, 5x€11 tickets).

2-3rd

1 x €1,500 Package to any MPN Poker Tour festival in 2019.

4th Winner’s Choice: €550 Main Event Seat in any MPN Poker Tour festival in 2019 – OR – €550 Online Tournament tickets package (2x€110, 3x€55, 5x€22, 5x€11 tickets).
5th

€330 Online Tournament tickets package (1x€110, 2x€55, 3x€22, 4x€11 tickets).

6th

€220 Online Tournament tickets package (1x€110, 2x€55 tickets)

7-11th

€110 Online Tournament ticket.

12-16th

€55 Online Tournament ticket.

17-20th

€22 Online Tournament ticket.

UCOP Mini For Budget Bankrolls

For any players who find the UCOP Passport series buy-ins a bit too steep, there’s no need to worry or over-stretch your budget. The UCOP Mini tournaments are just for you. This special series mirrors all 56 UCOP Passport events, but in 1/10th scale. The buy-ins, prize pools, and leaderboard point values are all set at exactly one-tenth of the larger Passport event series.

UCOP Mini tournaments got underway on Sunday, and will continue through January 27. Then on January 28, the larger UCOP Passport events begin, and run through February 10, culminating in the MPN Tournament of Champions on February 17, 2019 at 18:00 GMT.

The only way to gain access to the Tournament of Champions is to win any UCOP Passport tournament. The winner of the Tournament of Champions will receive an MPN Poker Tour package worth €1,500.

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