03.07.2023

WSOP 2023 as never seen before: the complete TV schedule



WSOP 2023 as never seen before: the complete TV sc...

This year’s WSOP is expected to go down in history for a number of reasons, including the fact that it will have the most extensive streaming coverage ever.

Starting on Thursday, July 1st, there will be 47 straight days of live broadcasts, which will be managed by the PokerGO platform and CBS Sports, who are returning for a third consecutive year as audiovisual partners.

They will cover 30 WSOP bracelet events, but the Main Event, which will take place between July 3 and July 17, will be the center of attention. Until the new champion for 2023 is determined, more than 20 hours of broadcasting are anticipated for this event alone.

A few events will be made freely accessible via PokerGO’s YouTube channel as a new feature, but the great majority will be held on the website, which features versions for tablets and smartphones as well as for desktop computers.

“PokerGO is pleased to continue to provide live coverage of the World Series of Poker. We are aware of how popular our sport, and the World Series in particular, is worldwide. According to Mori Eskandani, president of PokerGO, “our coverage of the 2023 WSOP will set a new standard in delivering poker to the global audience.”

The Poker Players Championship, the US$250,000 High Roller, the US$1,500 Monster Stack, and the Ladies Championship, to mention a few, will all be covered in addition to the Main Event.

According to the plan, monthly subscription fees range from US$4.99 to US$29.99, with a US$9.99 bundle for three months being a good option for viewing the World Series of Poker.

WSOP 2023 as never seen before: the complete TV sc...

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  • This text discusses the upcoming World Series of Poker (WSOP) and highlights the extensive streaming coverage it will receive this year. The PokerGO platform and CBS Sports will be managing the live broadcasts for 47 straight days, covering 30 WSOP bracelet events, with the Main Event being the focal point and anticipated to have over 20 hours of broadcasting.

  • The text discusses the upcoming World Series of Poker (WSOP) and highlights the extensive streaming coverage it will have this year, with 47 straight days of live broadcasts. The PokerGO platform and CBS Sports will manage the coverage, and the Main Event is expected to receive the most attention, with over 20 hours of broadcasting anticipated.

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