Why You Should Participate in WPC2026 Live: A Comprehensive Overview

Are you wondering what the hype is all about surrounding WPC2026 ? Well, wonder no more! We’ve got you covered with an in-depth guide on why participating in this live event is a big deal. From meeting industry leaders and expanding your network to gaining new knowledge and skills – there’s plenty of reasons why attending WPC 2026 might just be the best decision you’ll make this year! So grab a cup of coffee, sit back, and let us give you a comprehensive overview of why this event should definitely be on your calendar.

How to Register for WPC 2026 Live

Registration for WPC2026 live is now open. Register today and join us in Tokyo from October 25-27 to share your visions, challenges, and success stories with fellow participants from around the world.

This year’s WPC2026 LIVE conference will afford you unparalleled access to some of the most influential minds in the global PCB industry. Hear from top executives about what’s new and upcoming in PCB technology as well as insights on how you can use this information to drive innovation in your business.

Here are just a few things you can look forward to at our conference:

-Symposium tracks on advanced packaging, 3D printing, IoT, RF & Microwave PCB design and more

-Keynote speeches from Michael Ching (TSMC) and Shinya Kanda (JFE Iseki Corporation)

-Panel Discussions with Industry Leaders such as Hirofumi Sakurai (NEC), Patricio Orquera (UTS Americas), Pascal Gagneux (Silicon Valley Bank), Shinichiro Tachikawa (Advantest Corporation) and Many More

There is no better way to untangle complex issues than engaging directly with those who understand them best – so come join us in Tokyo for WPC2026 LIVE!

How will the contest be judged?

Every contest has its own set of judging criteria that are determined before the contest begins. Some contests may have more complex judging systems than others, but the basic principles are always the same. The judges will look at a variety of factors when judging a photo, such as composition, storytelling, lighting, and more.

The WPC Judging Committee is responsible for ensuring that all photos submitted to the contest meet the judges’ standards. They will be looking for well-executed shots that capture an interesting or compelling story. The exact judging process will vary from contest to contest, but generally speaking, photos that are well thought out and composed will usually be rewarded with higher marks than those that are rushed or sloppy. Judges also take into account how well a photo executes its creative intent; if a photo is poorly executed it can often mean the difference between winning and losing.

When is the deadline to register?

Registration for the Women’s Pro Circuit is now open! The deadline to register is November 30th. This year’s circuit features a whopping 12 tournaments with prizes totaling $135,000. There are guaranteed prize pools for all regions, so no matter where you are located in the world, there is a tournament to participate in. As always, if you have any questions or concerns about registration or the circuit itself, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us on social media or through our contact form. Good luck and we can’t wait to see you at some of these fantastic events!

What kind of prizes are available?

Winning a prize at the World Poker Championship (WPC) is an amazing experience. With more than $10 million in total buy-in events, there are plenty of opportunities to win something pretty substantial. Prizes range from instant riches all the way up to lifetime bragging rights. You might even be able to walk away with a title and a trophy.

Here’s a look at some of the most common WPC prizes:

1st Place: The 1st place prize for the Main Event is $2,700,000. Additionally, top finishers in each of the other tournaments pay out prizes ranging from $7,620 to $365,280.

2nd Place: The 2nd place prize for the Main Event is also $2,700,000. Alongside this main payout though, second-place finishers in each of the other tournaments receive various awards including runner-up prizes worth between $540 and $30,200.

Final Words:

3rd Place: If you come in 3rd place during one of the WPC2026  event series*, then you will pocket an impressive payday totaling $1,451,600! This payout doesn’t stop there though; 3rd-place finishers also receive benefits such as free entry into future WPC events and Overall placing points towards qualification for future WSOP bracelet events.

If you are unable to attend the live event but would like to view it later, the WPC YouTube channel has public recordings of all sessions. The conference will also be archived and made available on the WPC website after the event.