GGPoker Launches First Good Game Series Tour

GGPoker Launches First Good Game Series Tour
The Good Game Series Tournament is kicking off at GG Poker on November 18th, boasting a budget of $3,500,000 in cash, waiting to be won across 129 events in the platform’s biggest tour series so far. The MTT Festival will feature buy-ins ranging from $10 to $25,000 until December 2nd, the last day of the competition. Satellites to GGS are starting from November 1st, and there is an additional chance to win lucrative $100,000 worth of event tickets. Here are the main highlights:
  • GGS Event #6 - Sunday Main $100K GTD ($500 buy-in) - Nov 18
  • GGS Event #16 - Daily Main $40K GTD ($200 buy-in) - Nov 19
  • GGS Championship - $250K GTD ($500 buy-in) - Dec 2
  • GGS Event #125 - High Roller $250K GTD ($5K buy-in) - Dec 2
  • GGS Event #126 - Super High Roller $500K GTD ($25K buy-in) - Dec 2
Expecting Massive Player Response The Good Game Series is scheduled for the entire month of November, and the platform will reward all poker players who meet cash table hand targets. Accordingly, participants will be automatically registered to all-in shootout tournaments with GGS tickets as prizes. The operator is also expecting massive player engagement, so if you’re an avid poker entrant, this is your opportunity to make the GGPoker Tour a success! The sign-up procedure is quite simple and it only requires your winning username, a pass and a valid email address! Tailored For The Whole World Since this brand of GG network is very popular not only across Asian markets, such as China or Thailand, contestants can also expect a lot of gamblers from the United Kingdom and several European territories. However, the site’s official ambassadors and promoters are professional poker aficionados Xuan Liu, Kitty Kuo and Dong Kim, meaning that a lot of players from this part of the world will probably be joining in massive numbers during the entire event... Also, the site’s gaming options are divided according to traditional and modern gamesters, whereby the library includes variants of Texas Hold’em plus Omaha. To help its players progress and rise above the competition, a series of promotional deals and related offers, including super user-experience features, is being constantly upgraded to accommodate the ever-growing customer database. Therefore, if you’re already a member, throwing an eye on your own archive of all past games could be useful for learning from mistakes before opting-in, so get in shape and good luck climbing up the leaderboard! May the tournament begin!!!
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