How To Start Playing Poker Online With GGPoker
Are you new to GGPoker, or to online poker games in general? Below is a beginner’s guide to get you up and running. It’s a hassle-free process and you’ll be at the tables in no time. We’re looking forward to seeing you there!
The most important first step; the download:
- If you haven’t already, you can download the GGPoker app here
- Choose the correct version of the GGPoker app (Windows, macOS, Android or iOS)
- Once the installer is downloaded, run it to install GGPoker to your device. This process takes under 30 seconds to complete
- Launch the GGPoker app once installation is complete
- Select ‘Sign-up’ and a new browser window will open where you select your Player ID and password
- You can then use your Player ID and password to log in to the GGPoker app
When you log in for the first time, you’re prompted to select your country of residence, choose your name at the tables and your avatar (the image that’ll be displayed by your name at the tables, sort of like a poker version of a profile picture!).
Now that you’re set up with an account and logged in, take a look around the GGPoker app. For a tour of the main features and sections, check out the Our Software page.
The next step is to make a deposit. We have many secure deposit methods.
Select the Cashier option in the GGPoker app, and you’re presented with a list of deposit methods available to you. For an overview of the payment methods available, check out our Deposit & Withdrawal Options page.
Choose your preferred payment method and make a deposit. If approved, your deposit is instant, and the funds are now available in your GGPoker account.
Join a game and live the thrill!
You’re now ready to get out there, find your favorite games and join in the excitement!
If you’d like more information on all the unique games and classic formats available, check out the Our Games page.
To learn more about playing poker, whether as a beginner or an old hand who can learn a few new tricks, check out our How To Play section, which includes a Poker School and overviews for each game type.