WSOPC Releases International Schedule For 2022-23 Season

Last Updated on July 29, 2022 Author:Stefan Nedeljkovic

World Series of Poker Circuit EventsSummary

  • WSOPC releases international circuit schedule for 2022-23
  • 10 stops at locations around the world already confirmed
  • WSOPE will run from Oct 26 to Nov 16 at Kings Resort

Live poker players have been deprived of playing big tournaments during the last couple of years due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Things appear to be getting back to normal as the World Series of Poker (WSOP) Circuit has just confirmed it will be hosting live poker tournaments across the world.

The WSOPC has released 10 stops for its international circuit for the 2022-23 season. Poker player in Australia, Mexico and Canada will be excited to know that one of the biggest brands on the live poker scene will be showing up in the next 18 months on their shores. These are the current dates and stops announced by the WSOPC.

The first stop of the season will be at King’s Resort in Rozvadov, Czech Republic from Sep 21 to Oct 11; the next one is at the Hilton Aruba Caribbean Resort in Aruba from Sep 22 to Oct 2 and then the tour heads to Mexico to the Cintermex Convention Center in Monterrey from Oct 11 to 23.

South American players will be happy as the tour heads to Unique Hotel in Sao Paulo, Brazil from Oct 18 to 28 followed with a stop at The Star Sydney in Australia from Nov 2 to 14. European players will look forward to the stop at the Holland Casino in Rotterdam, Holland from Nov 25 to Dec 3 and a final stop to close out the year will take place from Dec 2 to 10 at the Enjoy Punta del Este Resort in Uruguay.

The WSOPC will kick-start 2023 with a stop at Deerfoot Inn & Casino in Calgary, Canada from Jan 11 to 23, followed by a stop at Es Saadi Marrakech Resort in Marrakech, Morocco from Jan 14 to 22. The last stop will be at Casino Royale in St. Maarten from March 22 to Apr 3.

WSOPE Returns To Kings Casino With 15 Bracelets

The WSOP Europe will make its return to Kings Casino with 15 WSOP gold bracelets up for grabs. The buy-ins start at €350 and go all the way up to €50,000 with a total of €12 million in prize money waiting to be won!

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