GGPoker today announced the launch of the WSOP Spring Online Circuit tournament series, which runs March 24 through April 17.
The series is headlined by 18 ring events, each awarding the winning player with both a WSOP Gold Ring and the lion’s share of that tournament’s prize money. The WSOP Spring Online Circuit also boasts a full schedule of side events and satellite tournaments.
At least $100,000,000 in cash prizes will be won across the full series, with 12 of the ring events guaranteeing at least $1,000,000 in prizes and the $525 Main Event guaranteeing a staggering $5,000,000 in cash.
One event, #16: $1,111 Red Cross Charity Event NLH on April 16, will raise much-needed funds for the Ukraine relief effort, with the entire $111 tournament fee being donated to the Ukrainian Red Cross.
The series highlights also include:
#1: BIG 500 NLH Spring Kick-Off [Final Day] – $500 buy-in – Sunday, March 27 – $2M GTD
#7: $50 MILLION$ Mini Main Event, $1M GTD [Final Day] – $50 buy-in – Sunday, April 3 – $1M GTD
#11: $210 MYSTERY BOUNTY, $1M GTD [Final Day] – $210 buy-in – Saturday, April 9 – $1M GTD
#12: $1,050 GGMasters NLH Circuit Championship [2-Day Event] – $1,050 buy-in – Sunday, April 10 – $1.5M GTD
#18: $525 Main Event, $5M GTD [Final Day] – $525 buy-in – Sunday, April 17 – $5M GTD
Day 1 flights to the first WSOP ring event, #1: BIG 500 NLH Spring Kick-Off, will begin later this week, with satellites starting from $0.50.
All WSOP ring event winners will receive a variety of extra benefits, including entry to a $1,500 WSOP bracelet event in Las Vegas later this year, while the winner of the $525 Main Event will also be invited to join GGPoker’s Team Champions.
Daniel Negreanu, GGPoker Global Ambassador, said:
“With at least $100M and 18 WSOP gold rings up for grabs, the WSOP Spring Online Circuit is something for all players to look forward to. You can sit into a WSOP event from just $50, which means absolutely anyone can set their sights on a WSOP gold ring.”
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