Ujjawal Narwal wins India’s first National Poker Championship hosted by Adda52

Ujjawal Narwal, 23 years old, wins the country’s first ever National Poker Championship organised by Adda52.com.

author_img Jai S Published :  17th April 2019 04:18 PM   |   Published :   |  17th April 2019 04:18 PM
NPC_Winner Ujjawal Narwal

NPC_Winner Ujjawal Narwal

NewDelhi: Ujjawal Narwal23 years old, wins the country’s first ever National Poker Championship organised by Adda52.com. India’s no.1 poker site brings forth National Poker Championship for all the poker enthusiasts across the country. 

After launching super-value tournaments like Gayle Storm, Godfather, Mega Suits, Adda52 Millions with highly affordable buy-ins and bigger prize pools, Adda52 has now taken it one notch up bydrafting state level free qualifiers along with a plethora of low buy-in qualifiers culminating with the 1 Crore guaranteed championship prize.

Post state qualifiers, the event continued through 4th, 5th & 6thApril and the final day was played on 7th April.

Ujjawal becomes country’s first NPC (National Poker Champion) winner by taking home INR 16 Lakhs as prize money. He has been playing the game since 2017 and is very enthralled with this win.

Speaking on the occasion he said, “It has been a very memorable experience participating and winning the tournament. It is indeed a great initiative by Adda52.com. Tournaments like these provide recognition to the players and the game, and facilitate us in learning new tactics along with enhancing our skills. I look forward to participating in more such events.” Apart from Ujjawal, 382 more players won prizes.

For the first time in the history of online poker, a poker tournament received such huge number of participants with 4214 entries. 2,000+ players participated in the free qualifier rounds in different states making it a one of its kind national level poker tournament.

Apart from the state level qualifiers, players were also given a chance to be a part of the NPC through the online satellites with low buy-ins ranging from just INR 1 to INR 250.

National Poker Championship 2019 saw high engagement of individuals from different parts of the country indicating the rise of poker as a mind sport amongst the audience.

This initiative by Adda52.com stirred a wave of sports spirit among the poker players that competed against each other to win the tournament and claim not just the prize money but fame and respect that came with the title.

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Speaking on the occasion, Mohit Agarwal, CEO & Co-Founder of Adda52.com said, “There is a growing base of poker players in the country and the huge participation in the NPC itself explains that more and more individuals are playing this mind game." 

"NPC was formulated keeping in mind the unique concept of state level qualifiers that ensured maximum participation. The Championship was a mega success as it resonated well with all the players because of its exciting format. We will continue our efforts to bring new game styles for our players to keep them engaged,” added Mohit.

Adda52.com, owned by Gaussian Networks Pvt. Ltd., is one of the most popular skill-based games in the country today.

Founded in 2011, focuses on providing seamless gaming experience to the poker lovers. Technology has been the backbone of this online gaming company. iTech, a world leading testing and certification laboratory for Online Gaming systems has certified the online game to be fair with a reliable and resilient system.

Adda52.com is the only site to have received such certification for the system alone. The Random Number Generator (RNG) by Adda52 has also been evaluated by iTech Labs and has been certified to meet the relevant industry standards.

Award-winning technology has been used to make the game accessible across platforms, be it website, app or mobile browsers. This makes it the most secure online poker game platform for the gamers and provides its users a safe environment to enjoy the game.