WSOP.com Releases Online Bracelet Schedule for Pennsylvania Players
After launching in Pennsylvania on July 12, WSOP.com has now announced an exclusive bracelet schedule for the PA market, which features eight events running daily from August 8-15.
It was previously speculated that WSOP PA was unlikely to host a PA-exclusive bracelet series, and that a WSOP Online Circuit festival could take place instead. The recent announcement from WSOP.com comes as great news to local players who are looking forward to competing for the highly-coveted WSOP gold bracelet this year.
The series will be a week-long affair, with players battling it out across eight bracelet events, with buy-ins ranging from $400 to $1,000.
There will be one event running each day from August 8-15, starting at 5:30 p.m. EST. The series is comprised of mostly No-Limit Hold’em events, but there’s a couple of PKO events being added to the schedule, which marks the first time that the WSOP is awarding a bracelet via a PKO tournament.
The eight bracelet events exclusive to real-money online poker players in PA are as follows:
$500 NLH Keystone Kickoff (Aug 8); $500 NLH PKO (Aug 9); $3,200 NLH High Roller (Aug 10); $400 NLH 6-Max (Aug 11); $777 NLH Lucky 7’s (Aug 12); $400 NLH PKO (Aug 13); $600 NLH MonsterStack (Aug 14); and $1,000 NLH PA Championship (Aug 15).
WSOP PA players are initially ring-fenced, and for them to be able to take part in the bracelet series, they must be physically located within state borders and create a new WSOP PA account. The site is awarding reward points for each hand played, so players are advised to link Caesars Rewards to their account to take advantage of exciting perks and benefits.
WSOP PA will also be running daily satellites which players can enter for as low as $1. This will give them an opportunity to secure a seat into the live WSOP Main Event in Las Vegas scheduled for this fall.
WSOP.com is currently playing host to the domestic leg of the 2021 WSOP Online Bracelet Series which is open to players in New Jersey and Nevada. The festival features 33 bracelet events and will run through August 1, concluding in a $1 million guaranteed Grand Finale tournament.
The domestic series will immediately be followed by the international portion of the festival which will take place on GGPoker who set a Guinness World record last year from August 1 to September 12, the full schedule of which will be announced soon. International players will also be competing for a total of 33 gold bracelets.