World Series of Poker Broadcast Schedule Released

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In a little more than a month, poker players throughout the world will descend on Las Vegas for the 55th World Series of Poker and a chance at big money and the coveted bracelet. For those who can’t make it to the desert to witness the action in person, PokerGO will again be the place to watch as the players battle for bracelet after bracelet.

Daniel Weinman
Fans watched Daniel Weinman win the 2023 WSOP Main Event title on PokerGO. (Image: WSOP)

PokerGO, which can be had for as low as $6.66 a month, will begin streaming from The Strip starting May 30, and promises to provide more than 300 hours of live broadcast. In all, the final tables of more than 30 events will be streamed, as well as the Main Event from start to finish.

The entire schedule is live, but some highlights include the $50,000 Poker Players Championship, the $250,000 High Roller, the $25,000 Heads-Up Championship, the $1,500 Monster Stack, the $1,500 Millionaire Maker, and the $1,000 Ladies Championship.

And starting July 3, PokerGO will livestream all 14 days of the Main Event.

The majority of PokerGO’s WSOP livestream broadcasts will take place on the PokerGO streaming platform, available worldwide on Android phone, Android tablet, iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, and any web or mobile browser via

A selection of WSOP livestream broadcasts will be also be made available on the PokerGO YouTube channel.

Poker fans can get the $6.66 a month price by signing up for an annual PokerGO subscription using the promo code “WSOP24.” That whacks $20 off the regular annual price of $99.99. Fans can also subscribe monthly for $14.99, or sign-up for a three month plan at $29.99.

PokerGO also gives it’s top-tier subscribers a chance to win a seat into the PokerGO Tour Championship Dream Seat Invitational, which is a $1 million freeroll open to the top 40 players of PGT event and winners of RunGood Poker Series tournaments. Each month, PokerGO draws a name from its annual subscriber list. The winner gets a $200 travel money and two nights in a hotel, as well as a seat in the freeroll.

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