With the live in-person WSOP series returning in less than two weeks, organizers have announced a second slate of online bracelet events this year. The upcoming online bracelet series will this time accompany the 52nd annual series in Las Vegas, scheduled to run from the end of September to November.
Having already hosted the online bracelet series this summer, a further eleven bracelets have been added in the domestic market now comprising three states: New Jersey, Nevada and the recently launched Pennsylvania.
Ten of these events will run in WSOP New Jersey and Nevada, which share the same player pool; one will be given away on WSOP Pennsylvania. Players must be physically located within the states to be eligible to take part in the series, though they need not be residents.
These events will run every Sunday until November 21, coinciding almost exactly with the live series, with buy-ins ranging from $400 to $7777.
“Online poker is an important form of tournament poker in 2021,” said Ty Stewart, Senior Vice President of WSOP at Caesars Entertainment.
“Our philosophy has always been to provide players the most options of any poker festival in the world. WSOP.com online bracelets have a strong track record of significant prize pools, making them a great option for players who want to multi-table while in a live tournament, or play from the convenience of their home or hotel,” Stewart added.