Global Poker Adds Bonus SC$5,000 Grizzly Games Freeroll This Sunday

Global Poker Adds Bonus SC$5,000 Grizzly Games Freeroll This Sunday 0001

The Grizzly Games at Global Poker continue to exceed their posted guarantees as the halfway point of the series nears. In fact, the site held its largest-ever buy-in event last Sunday, a SC$218 tournament with a huge SC$30,000 prize pool.

Cash in on Added Value

With more than two weeks remaining, there is plenty of time left to get in on the Grizzly Games action. And, with the weekly leaderboards offering more than SC$3,000 in prizes, you get a fresh start every week of the series at a chance at bonus cash.

The overall series leaderboard will award SC$15,000 in real cash prizes with the top finisher getting a chance to represent Global Poker on the live felt with a package that includes live tournament buy-ins to an event of the player’s choice as well as flights and accommodation.

Another incentive for players in the series is the opportunity for all Gold Coin and Sweeps Cash event winners to participate in the Hometown Heroes promotion. Each champion gets a Global Poker Champions pack delivered right to their door, complete with a Grizzly Games trophy and Global Poker gear.

All of these winners can then take and post photos of themselves representing Global Poker around their town to pick up some bonus Sweeps Cash, courtesy of Global Poker.

Bonus Freeroll

On top of all of that extra value, Global Poker has decided to add a second SC$5,000 freeroll for its players after the Opening Event freeroll was such a smashing success, drawing 5,147 participants.

In true Global Poker style, the added freeroll, like the previous one, has absolutely no requirements to enter — no minimum number of hands played or purchases made. Just head on over to Global Poker, set up your free account and get registered for the event, which takes off this Sunday, Jan. 28.

Be sure to get in on the remaining action-packed schedule of the Grizzly Games, which culminates in three Main Event tiers on Sunday, Feb. 11.

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