The World Series of Poker has become a force to be reckoned with in the poker world! Taking part in the International tournaments series and winning a bracelet is now every poker player’s dream. The WSOP is back again with its International Circuit for 2020. The tournament schedules reveal seven additional stops, with the series traveling to the Netherlands, Aruba, Australia, and Uruguay. The 2019-2020 season of the WSOP International Circuit will include 16 different stops!
Director of WSOP, Gregory Chochon on the new schedule, “We continue to see great interest and feedback in our International Circuit series. New markets have performed well and we‘re continually searching for new locales to bring the WSOP experience to players in those regions.”
The WSOPC just finished a series in Mexico where we saw some great poker action go down with 1511 entries. The WSOP recently did the unthinkable by kick-starting the International Circuit with three different stops in three different countries!
Here’s what that looks like, from November 14th to 22nd, the Holland Casino in Rotterdam will play host to the WSOP. At the very same time, the Hilton Aruba Caribbean Resort & Casino of Aruba will be offering the games from the 14th to the 24th. The Star Sydney in Australia will follow suit offering poker tournaments till the 9th of December. Following shortly after is the Enjoy Punta del Este Resort of Uruguay series that will go on till the 14th of December
Similar to the domestic circuit in the United States, the International Circuit will offer two qualifiers per stop for the WSOP Global Casino Championship. The winner of the Main Event of each stop and the Casino Champion will automatically gain entry.
Take a look at the enthralling schedule for the season!
|January 10th – 19th||Casino de Marrakech in Morocco|
|March 5th –23rd||King’s Resort in Rozvadov|
|March 25th –April 5th||Sonesta Maho Beach, Casino Royale in St. Maarten|
|April 9th—19th||Casino Barriere Le Croisette in Cannes, France|
|May 18th –June 1st||Club Pierre Charron of Paris, France|
|May 30th –June 7th||Casino de Marrakech of Morocco|
|June 11th –21st||Casino Barcelona of Spain|