The Global Poker League isn't the only poker league taking place, as the world's second-biggest real-money online poker room 888poker is about to host a league of its own where you can represent your country at the 2016 World Series of Poker (WSOP)!
Seven separate leagues will take place from May 6-20 with players in the United Kingdom, Germany, Canada, Brazil, Poland, Sweden, and Australia will compete against players in their own country for a package valued at $3,000 to 888poker’s official "Crazy Eights" WSOP Event which kicks off on July 1 in Las Vegas.
This could be the easiest way for you to head to Sin City to compete in the world's biggest tournament festival of the year with the amazing package listed below.
- $888 buy-in to the Crazy Eights event at the 2016 WSOP, which has a guaranteed first place prize of $888,888
- Four nights’ accommodation at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino
- $1,400 for travel expenses
- 888Live poker kit
How You Win a $3,000 WSOP Package
Participating in this league couldn't be any easier. First: you will obviously need to live in one of the countries mentioned above and also have an account on 888poker.
If you don't already have an account, download 888poker through PokerNews Canada to not only be able to participate in the WSOP League tournaments but also receive a free $88 just for creating your account.
This free money will prove to come in handy as the WSOP League tournaments start at a buy-in of just $0.10!
Once you have your account set and ready to go, just find WSOP League tournaments from your country taking place from May 6 to 20 and play to finish as high as you can in every tournament to work your way up your nation's leaderboard.
If you finish among the top 27 players in your country on the leaderboard, you will be invited to compete in the Grand Final Championship on May 23. If you go on to win that tournament, you will represent your country during this year's WSOP with a lavish $3,000 package!
So what are you waiting for? Sign up to 888poker today and see if you can represent your country during this year's 2016 WSOP!