Just a few days after finishing up the 2020 Online World Series of Poker, online poker platform GGPoker has announced yet another series. Kicking off this weekend, the Good Game Series of Poker (GGSOP) will offer 54 events and provide a total of $6.5 million in prize money. Buy-ins will range from $2.50 to $50. There will also be special edition events that offer buy-ins up to $150.
Details of the Series
The new series will last for 15 days and start on the 12th of September. Players will have through September 27 to take part in the many events. The full WSOP experience that recently finished up at GGPoker will be recreated for low stakes players.
The schedule is full of low stake options, the same great tournament types that players took part in during the WSOP. On the GGSOP schedule, players will find a $15 buy-in Millionaire Maker Jr. event as well as a Big 5 with a $100,000 guaranteed prize pool. A Micro Players Championship is also on the schedule with a buy-in of just $2.50.
Additional events on the schedule include a $6 Monster Stack plus a $40 Colossus. A Mini Main Event will take place with a $5 buy-in while the GGSOP Main Event has a $50 buy-in and will feature $250,000 in guaranteed prize money.
Like all WSOP series, the GGSOP will include a charity event. The Every 1 for Covid Relief will be the first event on the schedule, offering a $11.11 buy-in with $50,000 in guaranteed prize money. There will also be special versions of the GGMasters that will run everyday during the series. The Sunday version will continue to offer the $500,000 prize pool guarantee for just $150 buy-in. The version on Saturday will have a $50 buy-in and $50,000 prize pool guarantee.
As if that were not enough, the series also includes MILLION$ style events. There will be low stakes versions including a $100 buy-in event with a $2 million prize pool and a $100 buy-in event with a $500,000 prize pool.
During the GGSOP, the online poker series will include a leaderboard competition. Players will be competing for $100,000 in prizes. The top 100 finishers will split the prizes when the competition comes to an end. This will be a fun way to earn more prizes while taking part in the new series.
Along with the GGSOP leaderboard, players can compete in more leaderboards at GGPoker. This includes the Short Deck Daily with $5,000 up for grabs as well as the Daily Omaha with $20,000 in prizes. The Rush & Cash Daily will offer a $33,000 prize pool while the Daily No Limit Hold’em provides $20,000.
The new series kicks off at GGPoker on Saturday, so be sure to log in and compete if you are able. With 15 days of action, there will be plenty of time to take part in the new GGSOP! There is even more to discover at the online poker room, so be sure to log in and see what is going on.