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GG Online Championship vs Spring Championship of Online Poker comparison
- GGOC vs SCOOP - Which is the better online poker series?
- Find out how GGPoker Network's GG Online Championship compares with Pokerstars' Spring Championship
- 2022 GG Online Championship
- 2022 Spring Championship of Online Poker
- GGOC vs SCOOP
Ahead of the 2022 World Series of Poker which starts on May 31, GGPoker is hosting the GG Online Championship, with the event going up against the Spring Championship of Online Poker at PokerStars.
But which poker series is best? Read on to find out!
2022 GG Online Championship
GGPoker is the biggest and arguably the best online poker network in the world. With big names, big jackpots and WSOP events, this global poker room is the preferred choice for many online poker players across the world.
The 2022 GG Online Championship comes with an incredible $150 million in guaranteed prize pools throughout the month. More than 400 events are taking place, with four different levels of buy-in.
2022 Spring Championship of Online Poker
As impressive as the GGOC schedule looks, we must not forget about this month’s other big series. The PokerStars’ SCOOP has been running since 2009 and this year is promising $78.5 million guaranteed, with over 318 tournaments taking place across different tiers of buy-ins.
GGOC vs SCOOP
Here’s how the two online poker series’ compare:
|Number of Events||413||318|
|Series Length||27 days||25 days|
|Guaranteed Prize Pool||$160 Million||$78.5 Million|
|Events Guaranteeing $1m+||46||10|
As you can see from the table above, the GGPoker network is offering more tournaments and better value. With more than twice as much money guaranteed, players will be looking at this schedule with great interest!
Events are taking place at PokerStars and at GGPoker.com through to May 31. New players at GG Poker can get $600 bonus by using the bonus code NEWBONUS when registering.
GG Online Championship highlights between now and May 31 include:
- Super MILLION$ HR Main Event, $10M GTD - Day 1s start May 15
- $400 GGOC Spring Classic, $2M GTD / $400 Omaholic Spring Championship, $1M GTD- Day 1s start May 15
- 116-H: $10,300 Super MILLION$ HR Championship [2-Day Event] - $6M GTD - May 29
- $1,500 GGOC Main Event, $8M GTD [Final Day] / $1,500 Omaholic Main Event, $1.5M GTD [Final Day] - May 29