OlyBet Group & World Series of Poker sign deal to enter Tallinn

Winners of ring events will also receive a gold World Series of Poker ring in addition to the cash award.

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The World Series of Poker (WSOP) will make its first appearance in Northern Europe, according to OlyBet Group and the WSOP.

The Olympic Entertainment Group's OlyBet, in collaboration with partners WSOP and GG Poker, will host a WSOP Circuit event in Tallinn this autumn, with a €1m ($1.1m) guaranteed main event tournament.

It will also include a total of 12 WSOP 'ring events' to be held at the Olympic Park Casino and Hilton Hotel from 14 September to 24 September.

Gregory Chochon, World Series of Poker VP, said: “The growth is continuing into Northern Europe and we are delighted to partner with OlyBet to bring the excitement and passion of the WSOP Circuit Series to Estonia for the first time in circuit history.”

Corey Plummer, Olympic Entertainment Group’s CEO, said: “I am thrilled to bring WSOP action to Northern Europe. The passion for live events is part of the culture and strategy at Olympic Entertainment Group and OlyBet. 

“We are already hosting the largest poker festival in Northern Europe with the Kings of Tallinn, and we expect to go further with the excitement and thrills of having this WSOP Circuit event with the 12 rings and 1 million Euros guaranteed main event. Thousands of poker enthusiasts from around the world will battle to compete in Tallinn and take home the rings.”

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