PokerStars Team Online’s Spragg Starts ‘Spraggmas’ Twitch Challenge


Less than 12 months after Arlie Shaban‘s ’12 Labours of Arlie’ and after the success of Lex’s WCOOP Adventure earlier this year, the PokerStars Twitch powers that be have another challenge in store, and this time it’s for Benjamin ‘Spraggy’ Spragg.

Starting December 4, 2019, Spragg will be faced with the 12 Days of Spraggmas in order to prove to ‘Father Spraggmas ‘ that he’s been a good Spraggy.

From now until December 23 – ‘Spraggmas Day’ – he will be set 12 challenges, one for every day that he will be streaming until then.

Spragg was sent a message whilst streaming on Twitch explaining that he would have to complete at least nine of them and that Father Spraggmas would give a $215 ticket to a freeroll for his community for every completed challenge.

Benj 'Spraggy' Spragg Discovers the 12 Days of Spraggmas

The first task was presented in a video that showcased some bad beat highlights from Spragg’s previous streams.

His first challenge was to ‘Double a Stack at 50NL HU,’ something he said was “easy-peasy” upon finding out what he would need to do.

Follow along to the 12 Days of Spraggmas over on Twitch. Viewers can also use a special Spraggmas avatar whilst playing on PokerStars.

A $11 ticket will be given out to the first five community members Spragg sees as the table every day he streams.


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