GGPoker, the world’s largest poker room, has announced more details about the route to the WSOP Europe. The qualifier event will help many elite poker players secure their place in the World Series of Poker Main Events in Europe.
Road to WSOP Kicks in Today
As announced by GGPoker, the road to the WSOP begins today, October 10th. It consists of a series of satellite tournaments giving pros a shot at the WSOPE Main Event 2022. The $10,000 Main Event is guaranteed to cost $4.85 million and will be held at the King’s Resort in Rozvadov, Czech Republic. The main event is scheduled to start on November 11th. In In the meantime, poker enthusiasts can join one of the satellite tournaments. Players can purchase a seat in any of the events by paying $240 or more. Alternatively, they can purchase a seat in one of the passing satellites where prices start as low as $24.
GGPoker also teased that there would be other higher buy-in events where players could compete for bigger prizes. These events start at around $1,000 and come with a $10,000 guarantee. Additionally, winners will receive a return ticket to the WSOPE 2022 Main Event.
GGPoker Is Happy to Provide Players with a Shot at the Main Event
John Scanlon, Director of Live Events and Sponsorships at GGPoker, spoke about the announcement. He said his team is excited to give poker players a shot at the $4.85 million Main Event in November. The WSOP Europe is the most prestigious live event on the continent. And we’re excited to offer players the chance to secure a seat in the €5 million guaranteed Main Event via the Road to WSOP Europe. We expect an excellent GGPoker team to come to King’s Resort for that gold and glory! John Scanlon, director of live events, GGPoker
Finally, the announcement reminded players that new GGPoker players could claim the poker room’s welcome bonus. The latter can help them get more rewards with the Newcomer Honeymoon promotion. In addition, players can automatically participate in GGPoker’s Fish Buffer loyalty program, which offers regular cash prizes. A few days ago, the World Series of Poker and GGPoker announced their launch in Ontario under the WSOP.ca domain.
As a result, players in provincial Canada can finally enjoy playing online poker both casually and competitively. WSOP bracelet winner Daniel Negreanu welcomed the pitch, who grew up in Ontario.