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The Brazilian Series of Poker (BSOP) is one of the main poker tournaments in the world and the largest in Latin America. It brings together players from diverse backgrounds for exciting competitions and significant prizes.

Since its founding in 2006, BSOP has helped popularize poker in Brazil, providing opportunities for players of all levels to test their skills and connect with a vibrant community.

BSOP Calendar

With an extensive calendar, the BSOP has already started its current season and is still booking events in São Paulo (SP) from July 23rd to 31st and in Rio de Janeiro (RJ) from November 9th to 16th.

Thus, the return to São Paulo is scheduled for November 15th to 29th, ending the 2024 tournament series. These events are expected to attract more than 100,000 in-person participants and reach more than 10 million views online.

“For this reason, tournaments are conducted with transparency and professionalism, ensuring a safe and fair experience”, commented Co-CEO, Devanir Campos.

“Poker is a growing sport both in the world and in Brazil, and we, at BSOP, feel responsible for democratizing it, encouraging the participation of different players during our tournaments”, he added.

Lara Campos, COO of BSOP, highlighted the importance of diversity in tournaments. “With each tournament, we think about how to make the event more diverse and reach a broader audience, as well as in the case of women, who are increasingly present in poker and in our tournaments.”

Poker Reach Globally

Globally, poker attracts more than 120 million regular players, reflecting annual growth of 34%. Furthermore, in Brazil, more than 8 million enthusiasts actively participate, driving a passionate and continually expanding community.

Rafael Moraes, Co-CEO of BSOP, emphasized: “Our biggest goal and mission is to create a democratic environment and an experience focused on passion and connections.”

“The BSOP should be an entertainment experience. Where people gather in the most beautiful places in Brazil, with the intention of not only competing, but also having fun”, he concluded.