- The WSOP Winter Circuit Series on GGPoker will award $150M in guaranteed prizes
- The series runs from December 4 to January 9, 2023, and features 18 Circuit Ring events
- The festival culminates in the $1,700 buy-in, $10M GTD Main Event on January 9
For the third straight year, GGPoker is playing host to the World Series of Poker (WSOP) Winter Circuit Series.
Kicking off on December 4, the latest edition of the massive winter festival boasts the biggest guarantee yet of $150 million in total prize money!
WSOP Winter Circuit Series – What’s In Store
The series will run until January 9, 2023, featuring a total of 18 championship events, with plenty of side events and satellites thrown into the mix.
Apart from the astonishing $150 million guaranteed prize pool and 18 Circuit rings, tournament winners will get extra prizes, including a seat to the invite-only WSOP Million Dollar Freeroll in Las Vegas which will take place at a still undecided date in 2023.
The WSOP Winter Circuit Series will culminate in the Main Event which costs $1,700 to enter and comes with a $10 million guarantee. The tournament gets underway on January 9, and the winner will become part of GGPoker’s Team Champions.
Among the key events of the series is the Big 50 Bounty Million$ Kick-Off which takes place on December 4. As the tournament’s name suggests, players will only be paying an affordable entry fee of $50 but will compete for $1 million in guaranteed prize money.
High-roller fans should not miss the $10,300 buy-in Super Million$ on December 5 which offers a huge $5 million guarantee. The same amount is at stake in the Merry MILLIONAIRE Maker but the buy-in is much lower at $1,500, with the winner taking home $1 million as top prize.
The schedule also includes a New Year’s Mystery Bounty which comes with a $210 buy-in and awards $2 million in total guarantees, with bounties going as high as $250,000.
As stated above, the series is headlined by the Winter Circuit Main Event which features the festival’s biggest tournament guarantee of $10 million.
GGPoker wants to make sure US Poker players of all bankrolls get a shot at the massive prizes by running tons of satellites for the championship events. These satellites have buy-ins of between $0.55 and $1,050.