As used herein ‘Grassroots Poker’, ‘Grassroots Poker Tournaments’, ‘GRP’, ‘Grassroots Poker Tournament Final’ are trademarks of Grassroots Poker Ltd’. The trademarks, trade names, domain names, logos are registered and unregistered trademarks of Grassroots Poker Ltd. Grassroots Poker Ltd is from this point forward referred to as ‘GRP’.
We reserve the right to revise these Terms and Conditions at any time. Changes to these Terms and Conditions are effective when posted, please check back periodically and note any changes.
Your access to and use of this website and any GRP related material is subject to all applicable laws and the Terms and Conditions herein. You may not copy, reproduce, republish, distribute, edit, transmit, upload or post, in any way whatsoever, any materials from this website or that is produced by GRP without the prior written consent of Grassroots Poker Ltd. You may download or copy content of this website for non-commercial, personal use only, provided that you retain all copyright and other proprietary notices therein. Where commercial copy is required by employees or representatives of GRP such property can be obtained by contacting GRP head offices or relative department. Any unauthorized use of copy from this website shall be deemed an infringement of our copyright and we will aggressively seek to protect copyright to the fullest extent of the law.
At the point that this website includes a forum; GRP will monitor the forum but is not obligated to moderate and accepts no responsibility for content.
Access to certain areas of this website is restricted, GRP reserves the right to restrict access to these areas or other areas in part or whole at our discretion. No person may access restricted parts of this website using another person’s user ID and password. Persons with access to restricted areas of this website must inform the owners in any case that their ID and password have been used at any time to access restricted areas.
GRP League is a subscription service, the minimum term is for a period of 1 season (each season lasting 13 weeks). Any equipment provided by GRP remains the property of GRP and is part of the GRP subscription.
GRP facilitates a poker league and as such respects the laws of all countries that GRP operates. It is the responsibility of each participant to ensure that their participation in the league conforms to the gaming legislation of the country that they are residing in at the time of entry and participation in any GRP related product. GRP reserves the right to limit participation in any related league, product or tournament to any person or geographical location.
Where GRP operates in a jurisdiction that taxes tournament winnings it is the responsibility of players to disclose winnings to the relevant authority. The United Kingdom treat such winnings as tax-free.
Any player wishing to take part in GRP league, products or tournaments must be registered at a participating venue.
Entry to any GRP operated league, product or tournament is restricted to persons over the age of 18.
League Operation & Structure
GRP League operates seasons that run consecutively, each season lasts 13 weeks. GRP may alter the length of a season at any time at its discretion, notice will be given to all participating venues and on the official website of GRP.
Each Season culminates in a Grassroots Poker Final Tournament in which a number of GRP League players will compete for prizes. Qualification to the Final Tournament is explained prior to the commencement of any ‘Season’ and available online at www.grassrootspoker.com, a letter explaining qualification is sent to every participating venue. GRP may change qualification criteria at any time, in such instance participating venues will be informed by letter prior to any changes being implemented.
An example of qualification to the GRP Final Tournament is as follows: Players may take part in GRP League Poker Nights as many times and in as many venues as they wish during the period of each ‘Season’. Each venue uploads player information to the main GRP website such as date that a player took part, the finishing position of that player in each particular Poker League night and the subsequent points that the player has been awarded corresponding to the position in which place the player finished. The GRP website operates a leader board collating every players’ points awarded. At the end of each ‘Season’ the top 25% of each participating venue players will qualify to the GRP Final Tournament. 25% is calculated as the average number of players per game per venue over the period of the Season.
A players’ position on a leader board or qualification under the terms and conditions of GRP to any tournament or final operated by GRP has no monetary equivalent, in the event that a player qualifying for an event cannot attend there shall be no alternates or representation other than the player having qualified.
Each participating venue is responsible for the operation of their individual GRP Poker League game in conjunction with the poker rules available for download at the website www.grassrootspoker.com. Each venue will use a dedicated ‘Tournament Director’ for every GRP Poker League game, the Tournament Directors’ decision is final, in the event of a dispute that cannot be settled players/venues may contact a representative of GRP for guidance. The blind structure of each game is at the discretion of the Tournament Director (suggested blind structures are available for download via the GRP website).
The GRP website is an information service as part of subscription to GRP Poker League and it is the participating venues responsibility to collate and upload points, in the event of a mistake being made when uploading the information, the venue should contact GRP or a representative at the earliest opportunity. Venues must retain hard copy score sheets for collection at the end of each season.
GRP reserves the discretion to vary its terms and conditions, league structure, dates of final, length of season, rules of play, prizes.
Any and all equipment that is ‘given’, ‘loaned’ to a venue or person by the Grassroots Poker League management shall remain the property of the company unless otherwise stated in writing and signed by an officer of the company. Where equipment has been provided to a new venue, for example; a venue attempting to build a new poker night. That equipment shall become the property of the venue or person operating the poker events on behalf of Grassroots Poker only when a representative of the company provides a letter stating the transfer of ownership or after 2 full seasons of fully paid subscription to the Grassroots Poker League. In any event the equipment may not be used to facilitate operating a poker league with any other poker league operator for a period of one year unless the equipment is paid in full. In the event that the equipment is returned to Grassroots Poker within 1 year it must be in reasonable condition. If the equipment is returned damaged, Grassroots Poker League reserves the right to make a charge on the poker league operator or the venue where the equipment has been used. The replacement cost of equipment is as follows: 1 Poker table £70, 1 Poker chip set £60.
In the event that a player takes part in a tournament as a direct result from participating in a GRP related product, for example; where a player wins entry to a major tournament. The player may be requested to wear GRP branded clothing/patches. The player may only wear GRP branded clothing/patches in such an event.
In the event that a GRP event is filmed or photographed players agree that their likeness may be used in future advertising & marketing such as but not limited to; leaflets, brochures, posters, the internet, newspapers, unless the player inform a GRP representative that they do not wish to be filmed or photographed.
GRP will not share player details with any 3rd party, player details are only available to Grassroots Poker Ltd & Devilfish Gaming Ltd.
Limitation of Liability
In no event shall Grassroots Poker Limited, Its Directors, Officers, Employees, Affiliates, Successors, Assigns or other representatives be liable whether in contract, warranty, TORT (including negligence, whether active, passive or imputed) product liability, strict liability or other theory be liable to any person or persons for any damages including but not limited to; direct, indirect, incidental, special, exemplary, punitive or consequential arising out of or in connection with any use of or inability to use or as a result of use of this website or any content published therein. By visiting this website you agree that the laws of the United Kingdom without regard to principles of conflict of laws will govern these Terms and Conditions and any dispute that may arise.