Optibet – Online Partner for The Festival Series

Optibet – Online Partner for The Festival Series

Optibet is a gaming operator owned by the Enlabs AB Group, a company that focuses on innovative gaming. Optibet offers a wide variety of online gaming products such as casino, sports betting and poker - the perfect mix for The Festival Series.

Optibet's history dates back to 1999, when the brand was founded in Latvia. Optibet's main markets are currently the Baltic States and Scandinavia. The operator offers poker in Latvia and Estonia and is part of the partypoker network.

Qualify for The Festival Series on Optibet

Optibet guarantees one full Festival Package every week on Sunday:

DateTime (CET)Buy-InGuarantee
5/6/2219:00:00150 €€1,600 Package
12/6/2219:00:00150 €€1,600 Package
19/6/2219:00:00150 €€1,600 Package

The Package includes:

  • 4 nights at the Hilton Tallinn Park Hotel for two including breakfast
  • Spa entry
  • 1 Buy-In to the poker main event (€550)
  • 1 Buy-In to one of the casino side events (€250)
  • €180 cash for travel expenses

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About Optibet

Optibet Logo

Optibet Poker is Baltic poker room. The brand started out in 1999 in Latvia. The currently known name Optibet was only introduced to the market in 2008, just after the company was acquired by Redbet Holding AB in 2007. The Optibet brand was introduced to the Latvian market with the launch of online games on optibet.lv. Initially, the focus was on sports betting. During the 2010 FIFA World Cup, live betting was introduced for the first time. In 2012, Optibet started offering online casino games on its platform.

In 2013, the Group's structure changed and major expansion plans began. One year later the Estonian EU licence was obtained and operations in Estonia were launched, expanding Optibet's gaming offering in the market. At the end of 2018, Optibet was acquired by the Swedish company Enlabs AB. The operator still focuses mainly on the two Baltic countries Latvia and Estonia but is looking to expand its poker room to other markets as well.