The World Series of Poker may just have ended, but the online fun is only just getting started. That’s the message from the WSOP this week as the world’s favorite poker festival announced several online bracelet events. With a packed schedule from August 14th to October 18th, the biggest poker festival across the globe is branching out, with the first half of the events on the schedule taking place on GGPoker and the other half split across four territories on – Pennsylvania, Nevada, New Jersey and Michigan.

Online Series to Last Nine Weeks

Taking place on both in the U.S.A. and GGPoker internationally, the 2022 WSOP Online Series is the third year of the World Series of Poker hosting bracelet events online. This year’s physical, in-person WSOP at Bally’s* and Paris in Las Vegas saw records broken as the 53rd annual WSOP handed out $347.9 million in prizes, with a total of 197,626 entrants putting up buy-ins to take part.

“No one wanted to see this year’s WSOP come to an end. However, in many ways, the return of WSOP Online is even more exciting.” said Ty Stewart, Senior Vice President and Executive Director of the WSOP. “Together with GGPoker, we have a clear vision to make this festival annually the biggest deal in online poker so that the WSOP offers players the marquee event in both live and online poker each year.”

With GGPoker’s WSOP events taking place between August 14th and September 27th, the events have a slight overlap, beginning on September 10th and ending on October 18th. The series will be a welcome sight to anyone who played in Vegas last summer, but also to players who were unable to make it to Sin City for whatever reason.

The GGPoker Section

In August and September, players who have a GGPoker account will be able to battle for bracelets from this coming Sunday to September 18th. It is on GGPoker that the legendary WSOP Online Main Event® will take place, with the $5,000 single re-entry event sure to create a massive prize pool that far outreaches the $20 million guarantee.

That event itself is a record-holder, but there are 33 WSOP bracelet events in total, with entry fees ranging from $100 in the value events to $10,000 in the high roller tournaments taking place.

There are sure to be plenty of players who qualify for the GGPoker WSOP bracelet events via satellite qualifiers, which start from just a few cents and could win you a six-figure top score, as well as the fabled online bracelet. Every bracelet winner in the series receives a physical WSOP bracelet too. You can see what it looks like below:

Online WSOP Bracelet
Online WSOP Bracelets are on the line as 66 events will create more winners on GGPoker and this Autumn.

The Section

Kicking off on September 10th, 33 more WSOP bracelet events will take place until October 18th, with events in New Jersey and Nevada playing out with a combined player pool from those states. In Pennsylvania and Michigan, it’s a little different, with siloed player pools meaning its about local bragging rights as much as national pride.

The biggest event in Nevada and New Jersey is the $3,200-entry High Roller event, but there are plenty of events that you can enter for just a few hundred dollars. The $1,000-entry No-Limit Hold’em Championship starts on 16th October and can be entered four times by each player.

With Michigan events kicking off on September 11th and Pennsylvania following suit, anyone who wins a WSOP this August, September or October on GGPoker as an international player or domestically on will receive entry into the 2023 Tournament of Champions, which was won by Benjamin Kaupp this year just the other week.

With a raft of WSOP Circuit Events as well as the WSOP Europe schedule released in recent weeks the World Series of Poker is stopping at nothing to make sure everyone knows that it is hosting the most prestigious events across the globe both this year and beyond in 2023 and for years to come.

*soon to be renamed Horseshoe Las Vegas.

Joe Ellison

Joseph is a dedicated journalist and horse racing fanatic who has been writing about sports and casinos for over a decade. He has worked with some of the UK's top bookmakers and provides Premier League soccer tips on a regular basis. You'll likely find him watching horse racing or rugby when he isn't writing about sport.

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