LAS VEGAS (July 28, 2022) – Following its successful debut on the Las Vegas Strip, the World Series of Poker remains in action through the rest of 2022 and beyond with WSOP Europe and the 2022-23 WSOP Circuit (WSOP-C). The prestigious 2022 WSOP Europe takes place at King’s Resort in Rozvadov, Czech Republic, from October 26 – November 16, with the highly anticipated Main Event® starting on November 11.

“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”, said King’s owner Leon Tsoukernik. “We’re all set to deliver first-class service and hospitality for all poker players at King’s.”

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 on 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. 

“The World Series of Poker is ready to go international once again,” said Senior Vice President and Executive Director of the World Series of Poker, Ty Stewart. “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.”

WSOP-C schedules are subject to change and the WSOP reserves the right to make changes to all events related to the WSOP-C at any time. Please visit for the latest news and information related to these events. Additional information on individual circuit events, including event schedules and structure sheets, can be found on each respective property’s websites or by visiting

*The WSOP-C Events and “Tournament of Champions” event are subject change, with tournament rules and restrictions to be determined. The timing, number and location of events are subject to change and all applicable gaming regulations. Additional information regarding international and online circuit events will be released later.



 September 21 - October 11, 2022  King’s Resort (Rozvadov, Czech Republic)
 September 22 – October 2, 2022  Hilton Aruba Caribbean Resort (Aruba) 
 October 11 - 23, 2022  Cintermex Convention Center (Monterrey, Mexico)
 October 18 - 28, 2022  Unique Hotel (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
 November 2 - 14, 2022  The Star Sydney (Sydney, Australia)
 November 25 - December 3, 2022           Holland Casino (Rotterdam, Holland)
 December 2 - 10, 2022   Enjoy Punta del Este Resort (Uruguay)
 January 11 - 23, 2023  Deerfoot Inn & Casino (Calgary, Canada)
 January 14 - 22, 2023  Es Saadi Marrakech Resort (Marrakech, Morocco)
 March 22 – April 3, 2023  Casino Royale (St. Maarten)

**More stops are expected to be added as the season progresses**

The World Series of Poker (WSOP) Circuit Events are a series of poker tournaments hosted throughout the United States and throughout the world beginning in late July each year, and culminating the following WSOP in Vegas with a $1,000,000 Tournament of Champions where the victor earns a WSOP gold bracelet as well.  WSOP U.S. Circuit Events are designed to give the recreational and amateur player an opportunity to participate in the WSOP experience at a more affordable price point and with less of a time commitment than the traditional WSOP in Las Vegas.  Each stop typically features 12 official events in 12 days, including a $1,700 buy-in No-Limit Hold’em Main Event. Official WSOP Circuit events range in buy-in from $250-$5,300 and award a prestigious WSOP gold ring to each victor and a spot to the following Tournament of Champions.  These poker tournaments are designed to reach a winner within two playing days, with some events even structured to complete in one day.  The WSOP Circuit Events are a regional and international offshoot of the longest-running, largest, richest and most prestigious gaming event in the world, dating back 49 years to 1970 – the famous World Series of Poker. This marks the 20th year the WSOP Circuit Events have been held.  They were initially established by Caesars Entertainment (then Harrah’s Entertainment) after its purchase of the WSOP brand in 2004 as a way to bring the WSOP experience to Caesars-owned properties throughout the U.S. In the inaugural season (2004-05), the WSOP Circuit featured five stops – Atlantic City, Lake Tahoe, Las Vegas, San Diego and New Orleans. Now, with 35 stops domestically, the WSOP Circuit visits 16 U.S. states and cumulatively features more entrants than the Las Vegas version of the WSOP.  Caesars Interactive Entertainment, Inc., (CIE) owns the WSOP and the WSOP Circuit Events.  Visit us at or