The WPT World Championship at the Wynn Las Vegas is glinting on the horizon and, ahead of the season finale, the organizers have announced a comprehensive live streaming schedule.
The 2023 WPT World Championship festival gets underway on November 29 and runs through until December 23. More than $40 million in guaranteed prize money will be won in the main event alone and, if you have an internet-enabled device, you’ll be able to watch the action in real time.
14 days of festive fun in Vegas
The WPT World Championship streaming schedule spans a 14-day period and includes coverage of all the biggest events, including tournaments and cash games. In fact, despite being one of the biggest tournament festivals in poker, the WPT streams start with a cash game.
The $25/$50 “Creator Game” will feature a variety of content creators, including the WPT ambassadors Brad Owen and Andrew Neeme.
December 8 sees the cameras point their lenses towards the $250,000 guaranteed Ladies Championship final table. From there, it’s back to cash games with stakes ranging from $25/$50 to $200/$400 being shown between December 9 and 11.
WPT World Championship live stream schedule
|December 7||Creator Cash Game||4:00pm to 10:00pm|
|December 8||Ladies Championship Final Table||TBD|
|December 9||High Stakes Cash Games||4:00pm|
|December 10||High Stakes Cash Games||4:00pm|
|December 11||PLO Cash Game||4:00pm to 10:00pm|
|December 12||Prime Championship Day 3||4:30pm/Second Break|
|December 14||Ladies Cash Games||4:00pm to 10:00pm|
|December 15||Million Dollar Cash Game||4:00pm|
|December 16||World Championship Day 2||1:00pm to 8:30pm|
|December 17||World Championship Day 3||12:30pm to 8:30pm|
|December 18||World Championship Day 4||12:00pm to 11:15pm|
|December 18||Arsham Celebrity Cash Game||4:00pm|
|December 19||World Championship Day 5||4:00pm|
|December 19||Prime Championship Final Table||4:00pm to 10:00pm|
|December 20||World Championship Day 6||12:00pm to Final Six|
|December 20||Big One for One Drop Final Table||4:00pm|
|December 21||World Championship Final Table||4:00pm|
Tournaments come into focus again on December 12 and 13, with the penultimate stages of the WPT Prime Championship. Last year’s inaugural Prime Championship surpassed all expectations. A total of 5,430 entries were collected in the $1,100 tournament, meaning the final prizepool was more than double the $2 million guarantee.
Stephen Song played his way through the masses to win the title and $712,650. With this year’s guarantee set at $5 million, expectations are that even more players will ante up in the WPT Prime Championship. Coverage of Day 3 will be complemented by a live stream of the final table on December 19.
Action for everyone at the 2023 WPT World Championship
In between the penultimate stages of the Prime Championship and its final table, there will be coverage of the WPT Ladies Cash Game and the start of the WPT World Championship.
Streams for the main event start on December 16 and pick up the action from Day 2. The streams will run for up to 12 hours per day as the $10,400 tournament plays down to a winner on December 21.
Based on what we saw last year, it should be a glittering end to the 2023 and, moreover, the WPT’s 21st season. Thanks to the WPT’s free live streams, you can enjoy the action from Las Vegas, even if you’re not able to ante up in the Wynn this December.