WSOP 2022: schedule, events and how to watch online and on TV
Thousands of players have been taking part in the 2022 World Series of Poker. Here’s what you need to know so you don’t miss out on the action in Las Vegas.
The World Series of Poker 2022 has attracted thousands of players and an even bigger number of spectators. The 53rd WSOP has recorded 8,663 entrants, the second-largest in the competition’s history. The victor on July 17 stands to win $10 million.
Tournaments began in May and will be taking place through July 20, and many games, including the highly popular Main Event, are being streamed live.
Players have been competing at almost 600 poker tables with more than a thousand dealers.
Poker content company PokerGo has been broadcasting the tournament exclusively, with livestreams of all gold bracelet events. You can access the games on your mobile, tablet, TV, or computer.
WSOP 2022: How to watch online and on TV
The final WSOP Gold Bracelet Event for the year is the first-ever Tournament of Champions, which will be streamed live on July 20. This is a $1,000,000 free roll tournament which any of the 88 bracelet and gold ring winners from the 2022 WSOP Circuit season can join. The competition will feature both local and international poker superstars.