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WSOP Registration Begins, New Travel Packages Unveiled


The 54th annual World Series of Poker is set for May 30-July 18 at the Horseshoe and Paris casinos in Las Vegas. Organizers are promising the biggest event in history with 95 live events and another 20 online tournaments.

Those who can’t make it to Las Vegas can still check out plenty of action on PokerGO. The streaming platform will livestream the events beginning on June 1 with 47 consecutive days of live broadcasts from the world’s richest and most historic poker tournament series.

The PokerGO schedule is headlined by daily live coverage of the prestigious $10,000 Main Event from July 3-17, culminating with the crowning of the champion. Additionally, PokerGO plans to offer livestreams of 30 other gold bracelet events, including the $50,000 Poker Players Championship, $250,000 High Roller, Tournament of Champions, $1,500 Monster Stack, and $1,000 Ladies Championship.

The bulk of the livestream broadcasts are scheduled on the PokerGO platform, available worldwide on Android, iOS, Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire and web or mobile browser. A selection of WSOP livestream broadcasts will also be available on the PokerGO YouTube channel.

“PokerGO is delighted to offer live broadcast coverage of the World Series of Poker for another year and do so with our largest livestream offering ever,” PokerGO President Mori Eskandani said. “We know how much the poker audience around the world loves our game and, specifically, the WSOP. Our coverage of the 2023 WSOP will set a new standard in delivering poker to the global audience, as we will reach more fans than ever before, plus create new ones.”

All annual PokerGO subscribers are eligible for the Subscriber Dream Seat Giveaway promotion. On June 6 and July 17, PokerGO will randomly select one annual subscriber for the opportunity of a lifetime, to compete in the 2023 PokerGO Tour Championship. The $1 million freeroll boasts a $500,000 first-place prize. For more information visit

 In other WSOP news, registration for the annual series is now underway. Those players looking to skip the lines can take advantage of some early options. Registration officially opened on April 13 and for the first time, and players have an additional option to save by booking an entire trip package including resort accommodations and airfare at The travel process is via the Caesars Rewards Travel Bundle. Players can secure the best prices on a stay at any Caesars property in Las Vegas for the WSOP.

“This year’s WSOP is poised to break records with an unprecedented range of options to qualify for and attend the WSOP Main Event, widely recognized as the world championship of poker,” WSOP Vice President and Executive Director Ty Stewart said. “We’re excited to offer players an effortless and cost-effective way to book their entire trip to Paris Las Vegas and Horseshoe Las Vegas as they set their sights on becoming poker royalty this summer.”

Players are encouraged to utilize the online mobile registration process to sign up for events and pay online. Those registering online will need to visit the Champagne Ballroom located in the Le Centre Des Conventions in Paris one time before playing in their first event to verify registration with valid ID. Once verified, players can then select events online via BravoPokerLive and utilize the self-service kiosks to print seat cards and head directly to their table for play. In-person registration is also now available at the main casino cage inside Paris. Step-by-step registration information is available at

The 2023 WSOP features the largest capacity to date, with 608 tables. The 2022 series set records for the most prize money ever awarded at nearly $350 million. The $10,000 Main Event produced the second-largest field in the history of live poker with 8,663 entrants—just 110 entries short of the record. Anticipation is high for this year’s series with online poker sites GGPoker and guaranteeing more than 700 Main Event seats from June 25 to July 8.


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