PokerGO will be streaming 47 consecutive days of the 2023 World Series of Poker
Poker GO announced that they will offer 47 consecutive days of live streaming coverage of 2023 World Series of Poker from Horseshoe Las Vegas and Paris Las Vegas on the Las Vegas Strip starting June 1. The roster of poker tournaments will feature 30 unique events, including daily live broadcasts of the WSOP main event from 3 to 17 July.
“PokerGO is pleased to offer live broadcast coverage of the WSOP for another year and do it with our biggest live streaming offering ever,” said Mori Eskandani, president of PokerGO. “We know how much poker audiences around the world love our game and, specifically, the WSOP. Our 2023 coverage WSOP will set a new standard in bringing poker to a global audience as we reach more fans than ever before, as well as create new ones.”
In addition to main event coverage, this year’s schedule will also include major events such as:
- The $50,000 Poker Players Championship
- The $250,000 no-limit hold’em high roller
- THE WSOP Tournament of Champions
- The $1,500 no-limit hold’em ‘Monster Stack’
- The $1,000 Ladies Championship no-limit hold’em event
According to a press release from the content company, most of PokerGO WSOP live streaming broadcasts will take place on the PokerGO platform. PokerGO is available worldwide on Android phone, Android tablet, iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, and any web or mobile browser through PokerGO.com. To select WSOP broadcasts will be available on The PokerGO YouTube channel.
Poker GO annual pass holders already save on monthly and quarterly pass holders, but will also be able to participate in three random drawings that will each award a free seat in 2023 PGT extension Championship $1,000,000 freeroll event, offering a $500,000 grand prize. This is one of several Dream Seat promotions that PokerGO holds throughout the year, including the recently announced Social Media Dream Seat Giveaway.
The 54th edition WSOP is set to feature 95 live bracelet events from May 30 to July 18, the most in the history of the series.