The curtains have finally fallen on the international portion of the WSOP online bracelet festival held on GGPoker. After over six weeks of action, all of the 33 coveted gold bracelets have been awarded.
As per numbers compiled by PRO, a total of $90 million in prize money has been dished out to those who have made it into the money.
A staggering 127,969 entries were recorded throughout the 33-bracelet event schedule that kicked off on August 1, the same day the domestic bracelet series in New Jersey and Nevada came to an end.
The festival offered a variety of events in different formats with buy-ins starting as low as $50 and going as high as $25,000—the same as last year. Overall, turnout was high, with a majority of the events exceeding $1 million prize pools, but year-on-year, the participation was naturally down, as 2020 was quite an exceptional year.