GGPoker Release 2020 WSOP Online Schedule; Main Event.
The full schedule of the World Series of Poker 2020 is complete. With the announcement last week of the final eight events, it brings the total number of bracelet events across live and online to a historic high of 101. It represents an increase of 11 events, up from last year’s 90—year-over-year growth of 12%.
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The 2020 WSOP schedule features 87 gold bracelet events, 14 online. (Image: CardsChat News) (Image: CardsChat News) May 27 will mark the start of the 51st annual World Series of Poker.
The 2020 World Series of Poker is the latest sporting event to be postponed as a result of the global pandemic. The 51st installment of the tournament was set to begin on May 26 at the Rio All.
Today, Poker Central and ESPN announced their live coverage schedule for the upcoming 2020 World Series of Poker (WSOP), including everyday live footage of the WSOP Main Event running July 1st through July 14th. As part of the ongoing partnership between the brands and following their successful broadcast of last year’s 50th World Series of Poker event, ESPN and Poker Central will telecast.
The annual release of the full World Series of Poker schedule allows other poker rooms around Las Vegas to finalize their own summer schedules. This year, as the WSOP 2020 offerings came out in weekly groupings, poker room managers were able to figure out how to compete with key events. Planet Hollywood was the first poker room in Vegas to release its summer schedule, even before the WSOP.
This is a developing story and will be updated. The 2020 World Series of Poker will not take place until the fall, at the earliest, in a move that seemed increasingly necessary given the uncertainty surrounding the coronavirus and the potential reopening of Las Vegas. The organization postponed the event, not canceled, with a target of holding the biggest poker tournament series in the world.