The OPL Is Back with a Bang for Season 17

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The OPL Is Back with a Bang for Season 17
29 May

The Online Poker League (OPL) is back for season 17, and this time it’s bigger and better than ever before. Across a great line-up of 9 different card rooms 81 tournaments—many of them with free entry— are scheduled, promising big prizes.

Two Months of Action - $12,500 Guaranteed

The OPL is scheduled to run between June 6 - August 8 with a tidy $12,500 guarantee for the cash prizes alone. The leaderboard will have its own set of prizes.

Each site has its own schedule, but the final event on each platform will carry double points for the OPL Leaderboard as the action starts to heat up for the top placings.

The list of sites involved this year show just how far this series has come over the years. PokerStars, partypoker, ACR, and Natural8 are all spreading events for us this season. But it’s not just them, because the usual suspects, such as Bet365, GUTS and Betsson will also be along for the ride. Any potential OPL sign-ups who are into crypto will be happy to hear that we are now adding DogeGaming and SWC into the mix too.

FanTeam Partner Up with OPL Season 17

The OPL is delighted to introduce FanTeam as the sponsor for this season. The biggest daily fantasy sports outfit in Europe is spreading its wings and letting the poker community who they are.

This promises to be an exciting couple of months of poker. Even if you don’t have the time to get involved yourself, you can still keep a close eye on the action on TwitchTV. Top tournament player Bryan Paris and Evan “Gripsed” Jarvis will both be streaming their exploits on a regular basis.

  • Two months of none-stop poker action
  • 81 tournaments—many with free entry
  • $12,500 guaranteed in cash prizes
  • Many prizes for the leaderboard top places
  • Nine different online poker platforms

As always, we promise that the latest OPL season will improve on the previous editions. If you think this sounds like something you would enjoy then sign up right here.

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Mark from London in the UK is a professional cash game player, and part time journalist. A massive chess fan and perpetual traveller.Read more


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