The first ten confirmed stops for the 2022-23 Circuit Tour were announced by the World Series of Poker on Thursday. The international stops of the World Series of Poker will visit at least six different continents, without a venue in Asia, beginning in late September with two series running almost simultaneously in the Czech Republic and the Caribbean. With more international Circuit series likely to be added to the 2022-23 slate in the coming months, the World Series of Poker’s international offerings are arguably as globally spread as any series in poker history.
The international circuit season will begin with a visit to King’s Resort in the Czech Republic on September 21, 2022. There will be 15 bracelets up for grabs at the World Series of Poker Europe festival in October. Even as King’s Casino gears up for the fall of the World Series of Poker, there will be a second international Circuit stop in September and October of 2022.
The Circuit banners are found all over the globe after a few months. There will be a second Caribbean stop in March 2023, as well as two more international stops in Mexico and Canada in October and January, respectively.
The Circuit series will be hosted in October and November in South America. Europe catches its second Circuit stop of the 2022-23 season when the tour visits Holland later that same month, while Australia plays host to a Circuit stop in early November. In early December there will be a confirmed stop in Africa.
Ty Stewart, the Senior Vice President and Executive Director of the World Series of Poker, said that the World Series of Poker is ready to go international once again. There has been a recent run of international champions in our Main Events, and poker is bigger than ever. We are excited to bring the once-in-a-lifetime poker experiences of the World Series of Poker-C and World Series of Poker Europe back to transcontinental players.
The winners of official ring events at these ten stops, and at any other stops added to the schedule at a later date, also receive automatic invites to the million-dollar “Tournament of Champs” freeroll held next July at the World Series of Poker in Las Vegas. The schedule for the World Series of Poker-C is subject to change and the WSOP has the right to make changes to it at any time. You can find more information at the website.
The circus tour schedule for international stops is in the World Series of Potter.
The World Series of Poker on Thursday announced the first ten confirmed stops for the upcoming 2022-23 Circuit Tour’s International stops. The World Series of Poker’s international stops will visit at least six different continents, lacking only a venue in Asia at the present time. South America, specifically Brazil and Uruguay, will host Circuit series in October and November.