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It doesn’t matter where you’re from; if you’re physically in Nevada, you can play online at WSOP.com

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I Don’t Live in the USA – Can I Play?

Of course you can! When you register for your account, you will enter your passport number instead of a social security number. This will give you access to a temporary account.

Next, you will need to upload a valid government-issued photo ID showing your address. If it does not show your address, you will need to upload either a recent utility bill or bank statement with your address.

Register for Total Rewards

In order to register to play online at WSOP.com, you should sign up for a Total Rewards card. If you do not have a card, you can register for one at the Rio or any Caesars property.

Also, by playing on WSOP.com you can earn  Total Rewards Tier credits which can be used for cash back, discounts on merchandise or you can use them towards live tournament buy-ins.

Geolocation in a Nutshell

WSOP.com has to verify that you’re physically located in Nevada. This is done via Wi-Fi geo-location. This means your mobile device must have Wi-Fi enabled.

No Wi-Fi? No problem. WSOP.com will ship you a free adapter or you can pick one up at the Rio at either the main Casino Cage or the Lambada room.

How do I Deposit Money Online?

WSOP.com offers several options for making a deposit. If you have a U.S. based bank account, you can use ACH Bank Transfer, online banking transfer or NETELLER to fund your account.

Other options include depositing with your Visa or MasterCard or heading to any 7-Eleven store and using PayNearMe to deposit up to $500. You can also make a live deposit anytime at the Rio Main Cage or any Caesars property in the state of Nevada.

In most cases, you can register for your account anywhere in the world – any time and deposit! You just cannot play until you’re in Nevada.

 

 

Where’s My Money?

You have four options to get your money off WSOP.com, You can choose Neteller, ACH transfer, bank draft or you can go to the cashier at any Caesars property.

Cage withdrawals can take up to 36 hours for approval but once approved you can pick your money up at the Casino Main Cage.

James Guill

James Guill began his poker career in 2006, spending two years traveling the US tournament circuit. Since 2008, he has covered the game extensively for some of the biggest names in the industry. When not writing about the latest poker news, he can be found hunting for antique treasures in Central Virginia.

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