BetMGM, a flagship New Jersey-based sports wagering and online gaming operator, has revealed that it has chosen PokerOrg, a rapidly growing source of poker news, as the formal media ally for the $10.000.000 GTD Borgata Winter Poker Open. The tournament series includes 22 Main Events and is sustained by BetMGM Poker, the formal online registration ally and online qualifier. In addition, the 2024 Borgata Winter Poker Open is expected to be the biggest tournament series in the history of Borgata Poker.
PokerOrg will provide exceptional coverage from the top poker destination on the East Coast, where the 1st poker millionaire of the upcoming 2024 will be named. With years of experience behind it, this poker media site is ready to provide coverage on its Instant Live feed throughout the entire series, in addition to other crucial days of more popular events. PokerOrg’s extensive coverage will keep players informed and linked during the entirety of the tournament via event recaps, chip counts, written articles, seat draws and more across many social media channels.
Relatedly, PokerOrg is currently the player-favorite poker media site for its outstanding coverage of poker events during this year, involving the unparalleled WSOP at the Paris & Horseshoe in Las Vegas, Moneymaker Tour events in Florida and Cincinnati and WSOP Circuit Events. What makes it so unique is its highly visual, fresh and thrilling approach when it comes to delivering poker news at social media channels, live poker events and on the web to a wide range of audiences. In addition, it represents the passion and voice of the players using the unique relationships it has established with poker players, which is emphasized by its Player Advisory Board that represents every aspect of the game. Also, its employees have a growing network of resources based on 100 years of accumulated poker experience.
Commenting on the partnership, CEO of PokerOrg, Eric Hollreiser, said: “Hot off the heels of our coverage in Las Vegas, PokerOrg is excited to be heading East to bring poker fans all the action from the Borgata Winter Poker Open. Players and fans will be able to follow along as PokerOrg’s independent, player-focused, social-media style of reporting brings all the characters, hands, bad beats, and hero calls to life via our Instant Live feed and our social channels.”
Moreover, PokerOrg is famous for its player-obsessed, modern, vibrant style and social-first style of live event poker news. For the newest information about the tournament, all interested parties should follow:
- BetMGM Poker on X, formerly Twitter
- PokerOrg on X, formerly Twitter
The exclusive home for Online Qualifiers:
BetMGM Poker represents the home for Online Qualifiers. Players may earn to participate in the Borgata Winter Poker Open from December 3rd till January 20th. In addition, Borgata Poker Packages are available each Wednesday and Sunday, with buy-ins starting at just $5.
Furthermore, seat-only Online Qualifiers for single WPO events will take place every night, starting on December 28th and running through January 20th. Also, players may book their seat in the tournament online solely at BetMGM Poker.
As for online registration for the Almighty Million, Kickoff, Borgata Winter Poker Open Championship and Mystery Bounty, it officially opened on December 3rd and it closes for all events of the Borgata tournament at 2:05 a.m. EST on the exact day of each event. On a related note, each player that register online or qualifies for the tournament will be rewarded BetMGM Poker Swag Bags and are suitable for the BetMGM Poker’s Winter Poker Open on-property Spin the Wheel promotion.
Also commenting on the partnership, Director of BetMGM Poker, Luke Staudenmaier, said according to the official press release: “Players are at the core of everything BetMGM Poker does and PokerOrg amplifies poker players’ stories. The Borgata Winter Poker Open will create countless stories over the course of 22 trophy events and we know PokerOrg is going to bring those stories to life. This is just the start of a thrilling year of omnichannel poker events ahead.”