OPL Season 17 Kicks Off Sunday 6th June

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OPL Season 17 Kicks Off Sunday 6th June
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05 Jun

The Online Poker League (OPL) is back tomorrow for Season 17 with a tasty $12,500 added value thrown in to spice up the action. An amazing 81 tournaments spread across 9 different platforms promises to make this the best edition yet.


Two Months Solid Action

This upcoming edition of the OPL might have $12,500 up for grabs but that’s not down to the buy-ins; this time around most of the events are totally free to enter. That’s right; not a single cent to jump in and play.

For the next two months—between June 6 - August 8—you can dive in and stake your claim for one of the top leaderboard positions for almost nothing.

The selection of sites for OPL Season 17 are even better than before. Industry leaders such as Pokerstars, ACR, Natural8 and partypoker will all be providing support alongside OPL regs Bet365, GUTS and Betsson.

Crypto poker fans might be familiar with a couple of new faces in the mix: SWC and DogeGaming. The crypto space is growing at an incredible rate and promises to do a lot for the game of poker over the next decade.

  • Two months of solid poker action
  • 81 tournaments—most with free entry
  • $12,500 guaranteed in cash prizes
  • Many prizes for the leaderboard top places
  • Nine different online poker platforms

Follow on Twitch

As usual, top TwitchTV streamers Bryan Paris and Evan “Gripsed” Jarvis will be broadcasting any OPL events they’re playing alongside any other mid-high stakes action that they’re grinding.

The OPL also owes a gratitude of thanks to Europe’s biggest daily fantasy sports provider, FanTeam. They kindly agreed to sponsor the league and handed over a wad of cash to bump up the guarantee.

Tomorrow, it all kicks off over on DogeGaming with a Ð100 freeroll before the action then moves over to ACR for a $100 added freeroll.

If you fancy challenging for one of the top spots on the leaderboard then you must remember to get stuck in early on. It’s important not to miss out on any events at the beginning to avoid falling too far behind those who plan to play all of the tournaments. Also, don’t forget that the final event on each of the nine sites pays out double points for the leaderboard.

Check out the schedule here, and get signed up and playing before you regret it!


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Mark from Stamford in the UK is a professional cash game player, and part time journalist. A massive chess fan and perpetual traveller.He also produces strategy content for our sister wesbite PokerVIP.com.Read more

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