The event will have a unique format with each of the forty-four different events having a low, medium and high buy-in level meaning that players with bankrolls of all sizes will be able to play in the event.
The lowest buy-in for the event is the $5.50 required to enter the Six Max No Limit re-buy tournament while the No Limit Heads-Up High Roller has a buy-in of $21,000.
The Spring Championship of Online Poker will be headlined by three different main events that will run on May 26th with a buy-in of $109, $1050 and $10,300 respectively.
Team Pokerstars member Mickey Petersen said the event was one of the highlights of the poker calendar.
“The Spring Championship of Online Poker is one of the highlights of the year for me,” Petersen told Poker News.
“It features a massive array of tournaments and a huge choice of different games and stakes to suit everyone.
“I still haven’t won one thought so I’ll be trying to tick that box on my ‘poker goals’ list in May.”
While announcing the schedule Pokerstars added that the overall Spring Championship of Online Poker has a guaranteed prize pool of $40,000,000 and the winner of each event will win a premium Movado watch.
Players who enjoy obscure variations or forms of poker like Fixed Limit Badugi, No Limit Draw, Pot Limit Courchevel and 2-7 Triple Draw will love the Spring Championship of Online Poker as players will have a rare opportunity to participate in tournaments based on these games.
Satellites to qualify for the Spring Championship of Online Poker have already begun at Pokerstars.
Sign-up and deposit at Pokerstars today to give yourself the chance to qualify for the 2013 Spring Championship of Online Poker.