PokerStars 2023 EPT Schedule Reveals New Stops in Paris and Cyprus

December 5, 2022
Charles Rettmuller

The full schedule for the 2023 European Poker Tour has been released by PokerStars and social media is abuzz with excitement over two brand new destinations.

Stops in Paris and Cyprus have been added to the five event 2023 EPT season. The other three locales include the mainstays of Monte Carlo, Barcelona and Prague.

"The schedule includes our players’ firm favourites," said Cedric Billot, Head of Global Live Event Operations, adding that "Cyprus is the perfect location to add to our schedule" and that the EPT will mark its "first time in the glamorous French capital."

Below are the dates for each tour stop. The new venues are the Hyatt Regency Paris Etoile and the Merit Royal Diamond Hotel Casino & Spa in Kyrenia.

  • EPT Paris: February 15-26, 2023
  • EPT Monte Carlo: April 26 – May 6, 2023
  • EPT Barcelona: August 21 – September 3, 2023
  • EPT Cyprus: October 11-22, 2023
  • EPT Prague: December 6-17, 202

Players familiar with the EPT will be happy to know that the venues for the returning stops haven't changed. Those locales are the Salle des Etoiles in Monte Carlo, Casino Barcelona, and the Hilton Prague.

Online Satellites For All Stops

Each of the five tour stops features a €5,300 EPT Main Event and a €10,300 High Roller. The stops also hook up with regional tours such as Estrellas and Eureka to offer an abundance of smaller buy-in events as well.

Players can win seats to the 2023 EPT via online satellites at PokerStars. Sattys for EPT Paris are already underway. A Main Event package is valued at €7,400 and includes the buy-in, an eight night stay, and travel costs.

“We will continue to improve player experience both for online qualifications and at our live events,” Billot added.

Check out a video clip heralding the 2023 EPT below. Also, keep in mind that the 2022 EPT Prague kicks off this week and runs from December 7-18.

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