The World Series of Poker® (WSOP) and GGPoker Network today announced the addition of three WSOP bracelet events on WSOP.ca, an online poker room fully regulated by iGaming Ontario, on Sunday, October 23 and Sunday, October 30.

The three events will act as the finale to this year’s WSOP Online, which saw dozens of prestigious gold bracelets won at WSOP.com (catering to US-based players) and GGPoker (which operates in various international markets).

“Winning authentic WSOP gold bracelets is one big reason to play on the licensed and regulated WSOP.ca site in Ontario,” said World Series of Poker Executive Director Ty Stewart. “We’re expecting these tournaments will be some of the biggest of the year, therefore it’s a great way to celebrate a highly successful launch.”

The three new WSOP Online 2022 events hosted at WSOP.ca are:

  • #1: BIG 150 Ontario MILLION$ – Final Day, October 23
  • #2: $210 Omaholic Bounty MILLION$ – Final Stage, October 30
  • #3: $1,050 GGMasters Online Championship – Freezeout, October 30

Each event winner will receive the lion’s share of the prize pool, in addition to a WSOP gold bracelet, poker’s most sought-after trophy.

“Three WSOP bracelets will be won this month by Ontario-based players, and I’m thrilled to be the one to reveal this exciting news,” said six-time WSOP bracelet winner Daniel Negreanu, GGPoker Global Ambassador. “Poker is in a great place right now in my home province, and it’s so cool that Ontarian players can play for a WSOP bracelet from home; what a way to end WSOP Online 2022!”

To learn more about WSOP.ca, please visit: www.wsop.ca

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Gáspár Incze is the youngest member of the team. Currently a university student, he is studying management at Babeș-Bolyai University, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration. Gáspár participated in several social initiatives, having volunteered as a tour guide at the Teleki Castle in the village of Gornești and currently working at ÉRTED, a Transylvanian Hungarian student initiative committed to community work, mainly in the cultural, scientific, economic, and environmental areas.

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