Rozvadov and Madrid announced as part of the PokerStars 2024 regional events

Eureka Rozvadov 2024

The 2024 PokerStars Live Calendar begins in less than a month EPT ParisTwo more regional tour stops have been announced for this March.

The Eureka Poker Tour and Estrellas Poker Tour are set to return to Rozvadov and Madrid respectively, with the Eureka Rozvadov Main Event carrying a €1 million guarantee.

Read on to find out how you can secure your way into either festival thanks to PokerStars Power Path!

Eureka Rozvadov 2024

After a record-breaking event in 2023, the Eureka Poker Tour Rozvadov returns to King’s Casino this March

The event runs March 8-18 and is sure to attract another record-breaking field following last year’s event. The 2023 Eureka Rozvadov Main Event was won by Jörg Schneegass for €187,335 after topping a field of 1,866 entries – the largest stand-alone Eureka Main Event in history.

This year’s Main Event comes with a €1 million guarantee, and the festival also features a Eureka Cup and a High Roller event.

Important details:

  • Eureka Main Event €1,100: 10-18 March (€1 million plus VAT)
  • Eureka Cup €330: 11-15 March
  • Eureka High Roller €2,200: 17-18 March
Jörg Schneegass Eureka Rozvadov 2023

ESPT Madrid 2024

Hot on the heels of Eureka Rozvadov, another popular local PokerStars Live event returns: Estrella’s Poker Tour (ESPT) Madrid. This event took place at the Casino Gran Via in the heart of the Spanish capital and was won in 2023 by Jon Vallinas who won €102,470 after beating a field of 756 players.

This event takes place from March 19th to 24th and also includes a Cup and a High Roller as part of the event schedule.

  • ESPT Main Event €1,100: 20-24 March
  • ESPT Cup €330: 23-24 March
  • ESPT High Roller €2,200: 19-20 March
Jon Vallina's ESPT Madrid 2023

How to qualify for PokerStars Regional Tours

Satellites for both events begin this weekend, with online satellites available on PokerStars. Players can choose between direct satellites to win both full packages (including buy-ins, hotel and expenses) and seat-only prizes.

Players can also use their $0.50 daily Power Path tickets to begin their journey to any PokerStars Live event. Multiple $2,500 Silver Passes are awarded daily, helping PokerStars players – regardless of level – qualify for their regional tours.

Be sure to check out the PokerStars client for more information on the Power Path passes available, or click here to find out what else you can win with Power Path this month.

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Want Shillibier

European Editor-in-Chief

Will Shillibier is the European Editor-in-Chief of PokerNews and lives in the UK. He began working for PokerNews as a live freelance reporter in 2015 and joined the full-time team in 2019. In 2017 he graduated from the University of Kent with a BA in German. He also holds an NCTJ diploma in sports journalism.


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