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GGPoker today launches its newest online poker tournament series, the $10M-guaranteed microFestival.

The series will kick off on June 4th and feature hundreds of events, with tournament buy-ins starting from $1 – the microFestival schedule has been carefully designed to be accessible to every poker player.

The operator expects the total number of microFestival entrants to exceed the 2.3 million that participated in January’s mini MILLION$ low-stakes tournament series.

The festival includes several headline events:

  • $10.80 Mystery Bounty Main Event, $1M GTD ($50K Top Bounty) – $10.80 Buy-In – $1M GTD

  • micro Global MILLION$ – $5 Buy-In – $250K GTD

  • micro Omaholic Bounty MILLION$ – $5.40 Buy-In – $100K GTD

  • micro Zodiac Bounty MILLION$ –  CN¥21 Buy-IN – CN¥500K GTD

“Poker is not just about the pressure-filled, high-stakes games we see on TV – it’s a game for everyone, no matter the size of your bankroll,” said Sarne Lightman, Managing Director of GGPoker. “Our new microFestival ensures there are tournaments for every single player in the worldwide poker community, with buy-ins from just $1 and juicy guarantees to boot!”

New GGPoker players can also claim the poker room’s Welcome Bonus, earn even more rewards with the Honeymoon for Newcomers promotion and automatically join GGPoker’s Fish Buffet loyalty program, with regular cash prizes on offer.

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