Poker fans will be able to watch 47 straight days of WSOP events live
By Bob Garcia
The WSOP’s streaming schedule on PokerGO will offer plenty of action
Beginning on June 1, PokerGO has recently disclosed that it will have a live broadcast of the entire 2023 World Series of Poker for 47 days, taking place from Horseshoe Las Vegas to Paris Las Vegas on the Las Vegas Strip. This poker competition contains an inclusive schedule that includes 30 special events, with a live streaming of the WSOP Main Event from July 3-17.
The majority of PokerGO’s live streams for the WSOP will be hosted on the PokerGO platform, as per a statement from the content company. PokerGO can be accessed globally via various platforms like Android phones, Apple TV, iPhone, iPad, Android tablets, Amazon Fire TV, and web or mobile browsers through PokerGO.com. On the other hand, only certain WSOP broadcasts will be offered on the PokerGO YouTube channel.
“PokerGO is delighted to offer live broadcast coverage of the WSOP for another year and do so with our largest livestream offering ever,” said Mori Eskandani, President of PokerGO. “We know how much the poker audience around the world loves our game and, specifically, the WSOP. Our coverage of the 2023 WSOP will set a new standard in delivering poker to the global audience, as we will reach more fans than ever before, plus create new ones.”
PokerGO’s yearly subscribers gain an advantage over monthly subscribers during the fourth month. Additionally, they become eligible for three separate raffles, each awarding a free entry to the 2023 PGT Championship $1,000,000 freeroll. The prize money for this event could potentially reach $500,000. This is just one example of PokerGO’s plethora of promotions, which includes their most recent offering – the Social Media Dream Chair Giveaway.