KSOP GGPoker South America will be held in Rio de Janeiro from January 24 to February 7, with stakes of 50 million reais (approximately $10 million) and is considered to be the largest in history The most impressive festival showcase in South America, you can attend for just $25.
That’s right: every Sunday by sponsoring a room on the tourGGPoker, you can win a guaranteed buy-in of R$5,000 for the main event plus a 15-day stay at the Lagune Hotel. Step Satellite Concludes in Rio
Historic KSOP South America Qualifiers are now live on GGPoker and you can enter the Qualifiers to Step in for just $25 format, played hourly between 4:00 and 8:00 Monday through Saturday.
The satellite leads the Sunday Finals day by day, with 10 complete packages including the aforementioned R$5,000 buy-in bonus and a guaranteed Main Event of $11 million. and accommodation for 15 days.
If you wish, you can also pay $250 to register for the weekly finals and skip the steps and enter directly. How to Find the KSOP Sourt America Satellite on GGPoker
Registering for the Satellite is easy: just open GGPoker and go to the ‘GGLive’ tab below Click on the top Right and apply the filter that says ‘KSOP South America’.
As you can see below, the platform automatically shows you the qualification levels and qualification levels available for the day. The so-called “US$250 Mega to KSOP South America Main Event, 10-Pack” takes place on Sunday with a $250 straight buy-in.
How to find satellites in GGPoker. Complete KSOP GGPoker South America Schedule
The festival is the first stop of KSOP 2024 and will be held at the Rio Centro Convention Center in Barra da Tijuca at 24. January to February 7th and will make history by offering an unprecedented guarantee in Brazil, with a stakes of 50 million reais, approximately $10 million, and a tournament, available through CodigoPoker’s exclusive live blogfor all of Latin America.
This explosive tournament will take place at KSOP South America and will include a100-game tournament open to players of all skill levels. Buy-ins range from R$500 (US$100) to R$100,000 (US$20,000), making the latter the highest buy-in tournament in Latin poker history.