A smaller tournament where the prize is an entry into a larger tournament.
a tournament in which the winner(s) receive a free entry to another tournament
a tournament run to provide the winner(s) seats into a another tournament
a tournament that mainly pays out tickets to another event
a tournament with a smaller entry fee that offers the winner a seat into the big event
Throughout the week there are single-table tournament (STT) satellite qualifiers (labeled "Feeders" in Red in the poker program schedule), leading up to Grand Final games that night plus the big Grand Final on Saturday night. These satellites start as soon as there are 9 people seated. But, unlike our normal single-table tournaments, only the winner takes a prize (nothing for second or third in this game). And instead of taking the money, the satellite winner gets a place in the Grand Final table and a shot at the huge prize pool.
The winner of a satellite competition receives a free entry to another tournament.
A Satellite Tournament winners prize is an entry into a larger tournament.
A satellite tournament is either a minor tournament or event on a competitive sporting tour or one of a group of such tournaments that form a series played in the same country or region. The term is most commonly used in reference to minor professional or competitive junior tennis.