This is the first major website update since Pacific Poker re-branded to 888poker in 2009, the new site is fully responsive and caters for all platforms including mobile devices.
The dark theme will no longer be the look for 888poker as it has been replaced with a generic white in the content areas making the text more readable. There have been no changes to the infamous logo just to the website layout and responsive design.
The 2nd largest online poker site has just got better and the 888 Poker official site is now up to date with current website technology.
888 Poker Official Site
Players will be happy to know that they will be able to browse the new 888 Poker official site and view it perfectly on any platform, 888poker are gearing up for the holiday season and have done a much needed website update.
Here are a few screenshots of the new website which will be launching soon, below is a sneak peek of what to expect.
Visit the 888poker website here.
888 Poker Gift Showers
Another good reason to signup to 888poker if you haven't already, it the 888poker Gift Showers Promotion which runs until 4th January 2016. Get free tournament tickets to play the daily Lucky Star Tournament & All-in Gift Tournament.
All new players get tournament tickets plus up to $88 free in poker bonuses just for signing up, no strings attached. 888poker have certainly made it the season of giving with over $700,000 in cash and prizes to be claimed in their Christmas promotion.
888 Poker Super XL Series
The 888 Poker Super XL Series is scheduled to take place between the 24th - 31st January, 2015. The full 2015 Super XL series schedule will be announced shortly, currently players can only qualify for the Super XL Main Event starting from just $0.01.
$1,000,000 SUPER XL Main Event
Date: 31st January, 2016
Time: 18:00 GMT
Max Players: 5,000
Prizes: $1,000,000 guaranteed
There's plenty of time to play for your Main Event ticket to the million dollar guaranteed online poker tournament on the 31st January. Start qualifying through the 888Live & Major Tournaments which are a series of step tournaments with a wide range of buy-ins starting from $0.01 up to $160.