Tallinn will host the World Series of Poker in July

The event will be held in collaboration with OlyBet & GGPoker. 

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World Series of Poker (WSOP) is set to be held in the Estonian capital, Tallinn, this July, marking its return to Northern Europe.  

The event will take place between 19-28 July and is held at the Olympic Park Casino and Hilton Hotel. Launched in collaboration with GGPoker, the event is hosted by OlyBet Group.  

Featuring 12 WSOP ‘ring events,’ alongside a €1m ($1.07m) guaranteed main event tournament, the event is expected to draw thousands of poker enthusiasts to the city from across the globe.  

Further, there will be 40+ side events paired with 24/7 Cash Games over the course of the festival. Winners of ring events will receive a cash prize, guaranteed entry to next year’s tournament, as well as a World Series of Poker gold ring.  

Part of the Olympic Entertainment Group, OlyBet is a sports and gaming entertainment brand with partners across Europe including the Ryder Cup, DP World Tour and Serie A. OlyBet is also part of the International Betting Integrity Association (IBIA), which is an official sponsor of Spain’s top football league, LaLiga.  

Last November, OlyBet also extended its partnership with Euroleague Basketball in Lithuania, Spain, Estonia and Latvia. This agreement saw the company become a premium partner for Euroleague, Turkish Airlines and the BKT EuroCup – which it will remain until the end of the 2024-2025 season.  

The city also hosted the Kings of Tallinn poker festival’s 10th edition in February, featuring over 50 tournaments including the main event. 

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