10 international stops already lined up

WSOP reveals schedule for its Europe tournament and 2022-2023 International Circuit season

Poker room at King's Resort in Rozvadov, Czech Republic.
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World Series of Poker (WSOP) released Thursday schedules for WSOP Europe and the 2022-2023 International Circuit. The 20th season of the WSOP Circuit continues with 10 international stops scheduled and additional dates to be announced. 

Following its successful debut on the Las Vegas Strip, the WSOP "remains in action" through 2022 and beyond with its European edition, which will take place at King's Resort in Rozvadov, Czech Republic, October 26-November 16, with the anticipated Main Event starting on November 11. 

King's Resort owner Leon Tsoukernik said: “We’re very excited to host the biggest and most prestigious tournament series with the biggest guarantees in Europe without any limitations and struggles of the past two years. Finally, also travel restrictions for players coming from the US have been lifted. We’re all set to deliver first-class service and hospitality for all poker players at King’s.”

The 2022 WSOPE festival features 15 gold bracelet events, with €12 million ($12.3 million) in guaranteed prize money set to be awarded throughout the series. Buy-ins range from as low as €350 in the €500,000 guaranteed kickoff event, all the way up to €50,000 for the €2 million guaranteed no-limit hold’em high roller.

The marquee tournament will be the 2022 WSOP Europe €10,000 buy-in no-limit hold’em main event. This year’s tournament features a €5 million guaranteed prize pool, and will seek to build upon the success of last year's edition, in which the WSOPE main event attracted a record of 688 entries.

2022-2023 International Circuit

The WSOP-C also kicks off its 2022 international run on September 21 at King’s Resort, with 10 confirmed stops scheduled to date and more stops to be announced soon. In addition to earning a spot in the invitation-only "Tournament of Champions" event at the 2023 World Series of Poker in Las Vegas, each champion from the live or online circuit events will also get a highly coveted WSOP gold ring.

Senior Vice President and Executive Director of the World Series of Poker, Ty Stewart, added: “The World Series of Poker is ready to go international once again. Poker is bigger than ever and there has been a recent run of international champions in our Main Events. We’re excited to bring the once-in-a-lifetime poker experiences of the WSOP-C and WSOP Europe back to transcontinental players.”

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