The popular World Series Of Poker Super Circuit Tournament officially returns this summer and is expected to be the largest tournament ever. It will last from July 27 to August 13, 2023.

Furthermore, 15 of the popular WSOP Circuit Gold Rings will be available at the aforementioned tournament which will be held at the JW Marriott Grosvenor House Hotel in London and will be presented by GGPoker, the Isle of Man-based leading provider of popular poker games around the world.

Four highlight events:

Four long-awaited events will take place throughout the first stop of the new 2023/2024 WSOPC season.

In addition, details of these events are available at the moment.

The first scheduled main event of the tournament will be the £3,000 + £300 Main Event. Furthermore, other headline events involve the £500 + £60 Colossus, a £1,000 + £100 Mystery Million and a £10,000 + £400 High Roller.

What’s more, extra news and a confirmed schedule will follow soon.

Tournments events will include buy-ins ranging from £500 – £10,000, that will provide something for players with a wide range of stakes.

WSOP online satellite tournaments continue at GGPoker:

As for the online satellite tournaments for the WSOP Super Circuit Series London, they will be held only at GGPoker, offering players to qualify for a fraction of the cost of direct registration.

This tournament is the first WSOP event held in London since 2010.

The outstanding JW Marriott Grosvenor House Hotel, located on Park Lane in the heart of Mayfair, offers a fantastic player experience in a venue famous for hosting reputable world-class events. The prestigious 5-star hotel includes extraordinary accommodation, epicurean delights and beautiful views of Hyde Park.

In addition, it’s literally steps away from Bond Street, Knightsbridge, Regent Street, Buckingham Palace, V&A, the Natural History & Science museums and the West End.


GGPoker was founded and officially launched on the European market in 2017, with the acquisition of gaming license from the UK. Prior to that, it was originally founded in 2014 and mainly targeted the Asian online poker markets.

The provider has experienced growth, especially since 2019, when Daniel Negreanu, one of the most famous poker players, filled the position of brand ambassador.

GGPoker offers many cash games and different types of tournaments, with payouts ranging from pennies to five figures.

Furthermore, in August 2022, it officially became the largest online poker room due to the volume of cash game traffic.

In 2020 it also co-hosted WSOP Main Event, after the WSOP had to cancel its live tournament due to travel and live event restrictions related to the COVID-19 pandemic.