WSOP 2020 Summer is on with 85 Online Bracelets to Win

WSOP 2020 online Summer is on starting July 1 while the international-facing WSOP online starts on GGPoker from July 19. Find out more here and grab your seat at what’s set to be the largest WSOP tournament of all time.

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“It wouldn’t be Summer without WSOP”

WSOP 2020 online schedule - WSOP.com and GGPoker

Hearts were uplifted when WSOP exec Ty Stewart confirmed the WSOP poker online tournament was on for Summer 2020. With massive prize pools, first-time online event coverage and the chance to win 85 coveted WSOP 2020 bracelets.

WSOP events will run over two months - July 1 to September 6 - across two distinct poker platforms: WSOP.com and GGPoker.

The 51st World Series of Poker in Las Vegas had to be postponed due to COVID-19. Ty Stewart is optimistic about offline events returning soon. However, it’s still unclear when and in what form the World Poker Championship will take place at the Rio in Las Vegas. So, starting Wednesday, July 1, there will be a bracelet event daily for WSOP Nevada and NJ players.

WSOP Schedule 2020 So Far

All tournaments start at 15:00 local Las Vegas time on WSOP.com. Save these WSOP 2020 dates.

EV #DateEventBuy-inRe-entry
1Wednesday, July 1No Limit Hold'em Kick-Off$5002
2Thursday, July 2No Limit Hold'em 8-Handed Deepstack$1,0002
3Friday, July 3No Limit Hold'em$4002
4Saturday, July 4No Limit Hold'em Super Turbo$5002
5Sunday, July 5No Limit Hold'em Freezeout$1,0000
6Monday, July 6PLO8 6-Handed$6003
7Tuesday, July 7No Limit Hold'em Knockout Deepstack$8002
8Wednesday, July 8No Limit Hold'em Freezeout$5000
9Thursday, July 9No Limit Hold'em 6-Max$1,0002
10Friday, July 10No Limit Hold'em MonsterStack$6002
11Saturday, July 11No Limit Hold'em Turbo Deepstack 6-Handed$5002
12Sunday, July 12The BIG 500 No Limit Hold'em$5003
13Monday, July 13No Limit Hold'em High Roller Freezeout$1,5000
14Tuesday, July 14No Limit Hold'em High Roller$3,2002
15Wednesday, July 15PLO 8-Max HR$1,0003
16Thursday, July 16No Limit Hold'em Turbo$5002
17Friday, July 17No Limit Hold'em$7772
18Saturday, July 18No Limit Hold'em 8-Handed Turbo DeepStack$1,0002
19Sunday, July 19No Limit Hold'em$4003
20Monday, July 20PLO 6-Handed$5003
21Tuesday, July 21No Limit Hold'em 6-Handed$7772
22Wednesday, July 22No Limit Hold'em Turbo Deepstack$5002
23Thursday, July 23No Limit Hold'em Knockout$5000
24Friday, July 24No Limit Hold'em 8-Handed$4002
25Saturday, July 25No Limit Hold'em Summer Saver$5002
26Sunday, July 26No Limit Hold'em Grande Finale$5003
27Monday, July 27No Limit Hold'em Freezeout$4000
28Tuesday, July 28Omaha 8 6-Max$1,0002
29Wednesday, July 29No Limit Hold'em Turbo Deepstack 6-Handed$6002
30Thursday, July 30No Limit Hold'em Senior's Event (50 years+)$5002
31Friday, July 31No Limit Hold'em Championship$1,0002

* GGPoker has not yet announced the schedule for the 54 remaining WSOP online bracelet events.

WSOP Entries and Promos

WSOP.com will spice up the tournament with a range of promotions and incentives. WSOP event satellites start with $1 buy-ins while WSOP 2020 main event buy-ins range from $400 to $3,200. The WSOP will also distribute $100,000 in additional prize money among the top players at all online bracelets events in July. In addition to the planned July promotions, players will also be offered several reload bonuses in July.

Poker Central, official media partner of the WSOP plans to create new formats around the festival using its Vegas studio. There will be live streams, highlight summaries and pilot episodes intended for traditional TV distribution. Poker Central will also conduct virtual "bracelet ceremonies" and interviews with each winner.

“There’s nothing in the world like winning a WSOP bracelet,” said GGPoker ambassador, Daniel Negreanu. “Bringing this experience online will open the door for a new generation of poker players to feel the rush of competing for the game’s biggest prize.”

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WSOP 2020 FAQs

  • When is WSOP 2020?

    WSOP 2020 begins on July 1 for US players. Meanwhile, the WSOP online circuit starts on July 19 on GGPoker and is open to players worldwide.
  • What does WSOP stand for?

    WSOP stands for World Series of Poker – the most prestigious poker event worldwide. It’s awarded over $3 billion in prize money since its inception in 1969. Featuring a slate of tournaments in major poker variants.
  • Who won WSOP 2019?

    Hossein Ensan won the WSOP 2019 Main Event for $10 MILLION in prize money and poker's most prestigious prize: the WSOP Main Event bracelet. He beat out 187, 298 entrants from 118 different countries at the Rio casino in Vegas.
  • Can anyone enter WSOP 2020?

    Anyone can enter the World Series of Poker if they are in an eligible country/state, over 21 years old and pay the buy-in.
  • Where can you play WSOP 2020 in the US?

    WSOP Nevada and NJ players can play on WSOP.com during the series. You don’t need to have residency in these states but must be present in the states while playing. Remember WSOP.com strictly prohibits using a VPN (Virtual Private Network). Players who try to circumvent local restrictions via a VPN can have their account blocked and all funds withdrawn.
  • How to register on WSOP.com?

    You can only register on WSOP Nevada and New Jersey. Follow the steps here.
  • When did WSOP start?

    The first WSOP poker tournament (World Series of Poker) was in 1969.
  • How do I get WSOP updates?

    WSOP.com should be publishing any WSOP updates and we will aim to pass on any WSOP 2020 news.
  • When does WSOP start?

    WSOP dates are from July 1 for US players and the massive WSOP online starts on GGPoker from July 19. All WSOP events start at 15:00 Las Vegas time.
  • Who are the best WSOP bracelet winners?

    Phil Hellmuth has by far taken down the most, winning 15 WSOP bracelets in the last four decades. Phil Ivey, Doyle Brunson and Johnny Chan all won 10 WSOP gold bracelets each.

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