Global Poker Announces The Opening Eagle Cup Event - An SC$10,000 Freeroll

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Global Poker Announces The Opening Eagle Cup Event - An SC$10,000 Freeroll
12:49
28 Sep

Global Poker announced The Eagle Cup, the first event of the Global Poker Championships with an SC$1250000 guarantee, and it will all begin with a SC$10,000 freeroll

The Global Poker Championships kicks off with a bang. Their first event will feature:

  • Over 150 championship events
  • $1,250,000 in guaranteed cash prizes, 
  • Actual physical trophies delivered to the doorstep of each event's winner, 
  • The all new "Hometown Heroes" feature, where you can pick up free prizes in your hometown. 

But as Global Poker has learned, this wouldn't be half as enticing without a leaderboard to sweat, so they've also introduced the Global Poker Championship Leaderboard.


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The brand new leaderboard has $15,000 in added value for Global Poker players including a chance to represent Global Poker in a Live tournament. 

And for those you whose bankroll can't take a poker tournament series, Global Poker gives you a chance to remedy that with the Eagle Cup's Opening Freeroll. 

The Opening Freeroll will offer SC$10,000 Guaranteed with no entry fee, no requirements, and no conditions. As long as you have a workable Global Poker account, you can play for a share of the SC$10k prize pool, it's absolutely free, and it counts as an official Eagle Cup Championship Event.  

This means that besides the free cash prize, you can get a personalized physical trophy, and earn points for the Global Poker Championships Eagle Cup Leaderboard, it's all part of the Global Poker Champions Pack



All of this makes for a must play opening event for any American poker player. It starts this Sunday at 4:30 pm EST on Global Poker

For more information head on to the Global Poker Eagle Cup page to see the full schedule, including the anticipated SC$10,000 Freeroll Opening Event this Sunday.

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