World College Poker Set To Launch Inaugural “Fall Brawl” In December 2020
World College Poker (WCP) has stayed true to its commitment of creating an exciting platform where young passionate players can come together to play and enjoy poker, as well as hone their skills. WCP has now announced the first-ever Fall Brawl, a free-entry poker tournament which is set to take place this December on social gaming app PokerBROS.
They must be between 18 and 29 years old, and should present a valid student ID upon registering. Those found to have joined via a false ID will be automatically disqualified. Students may check out worldcollegepoker.com for the full registration procedure.
Tournament Format, Prizes, & Sponsors
Fall Brawl involves two sub-tournaments, covering both the West and East divisions, which will take place on December 5th and 6th respectively. Do note that your division will be based on the region where your college or university is based, and not on your current home location.
The top four players from each division, eight finalists in total, will compete in a grand finale on December 12 on PokerBROS. More details will be announced soon.
The tournament costs absolutely nothing to enter, but it will award a cool array of prizes to the top finishers, thanks to the tournament sponsors, which include First Land of Poker (FLOP), PLOQuickPro.com, RunGoodGear, PokerPowher.com, PokerCoaching.com, RedChipPoker.com, CBD water, CannaNano, RealGrindersApparel.com, Magical Gnome Media and Aquarian Bookshop.
The winner will take home an engraved championship belt, alongside a six-day hotel resort accommodation in Cancun, Mexico. If you finish at the top, you will also get your own Personal Avatar which you can use on PokerBROS in the future. Among other prizes up for grabs are apparels, gift cards, and private lessons with some of the world’s best and highly-accomplished poker players, including Jonathan Little and Patrik Antonius.
World College Poker
WCP’s vision revolves around the poker pros of the future generation. It concentrates on giving young players the chance to improve and showcase their skills in the game which will help them make a name for themselves and follow in the footsteps of the poker greats, such as Doyle Brunson, Phil Ivey, Johnny Chan, Phil Hellmuth and Daniel Negreanu.
In March 2021, the WCP will kick off their regional championships in the US and Canada, leading into a final battle in December 2021, where the finalists will compete for the global championship title.