Win a Share of $150,000 in the ChampionChips at 888poker

888poker ChampionChips

Poker and sports are both competitions where competitors are competing to win.

Our friends at 888poker have combined the two in a new low-stakes tournament series dubbed the ChampionChips where more than $150,000 is guaranteed across 18 events from July 23-30.

The events all features reasonably priced buy-ins ranging from $1 to $55 and are all named after sporting events. Additionally, players can qualify in for as little as $0.01 through Step Tournaments.

While a handful of events are already in the books, some of the biggest and best are yet to come including the $30 buy-in Event #16 $50,000 Marathon (Main Event) on July 30 at 6:30 p.m. ET.

In addition to the loads of prize money on tap, the best performing players in the series will also have the chance to climb a leaderboard called the ChampionChips Winners Gallery, which awards the top 200 places prizes and $1,000 to the winner.

Need an Account?

The only place you can play in the ChampionChips is at 888poker. If you do not already have an account, we have a great limited-time offer that is sure to help you enter ChampionChips events.

Just go ahead and download 888poker through PokerNews and you will instantly get a bonus of $88 without making a deposit. This includes $2 in cash and $6 in tournament tickets straight away with the rest of the bonus available for you to earn off as you are playing.

You can receive another $10 for free by using the bonus code “PNWSOP10” when making your first deposit of at least $10. This is doubled if you live in Germany, Canada or the Netherlands and you use the promotional code “PNWSOP20” for a free $20 into your 888poker account on your first $10 deposit.

We recommend you make your second deposit as large as possible as it will be matched in the form of a bonus up to $888.

This offer will only be around until July 31 or the day after the ChampionChips ends. So hurry up and join 888poker today before you miss out on this great offer and the inaugural ChampionChips.

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