The 2019 WSOP Europe series is underway from Rozvadov, Czech Republic, and we finally have an answer to the question – will final tables be available on live-stream? The answer is yes, but only some. Poker Central announced in a press release that its poker app, PokerGo, will stream high-roller events and the Main Event.
Coverage begins on Wednesday at 1 pm ET with Day 1 of the €250,000 Super High Roller. You can catch poker greats such as Daniel Negreanu in action all three sessions of this three-day, gold-bracelet event.
The €250,000, Super-High Roller is the only event on the 15-tournament schedule that won’t count toward the Player of the Year standings. But, with millions at stake and some talented pros on the felt, it should be an exciting watch.
Watch WSOP Europe on PokerGo
WSOP Europe kicked off on Sunday with the €350 Opener, a no-limit hold’em bracelet event. Day Two is currently underway, as is the €550 Pot-Limit Omaha 8-Handed tournament. You can’t watch those on a live-stream, but the biggest events are all available on PokerGo.
Many poker fans on social media were asking for live-streamed coverage of the 2019 WSOP Europe. At the last minute, Poker Central reached an agreement with the World Series of Poker to expand its coverage.
PokerGo has been the home for WSOP live-streams in Las Vegas the past couple of years, and the major WSOP Europe events are available live on your laptop, mobile device, or streaming device (i.e. Roku).
Live-streamed action begins on PokerGo October 16 with the €250,000 Super High Roller, a three-day event. Each of the three days will be broadcast on the poker app.
On October 19, you can watch the €25,500 Short Deck final table at 8 am ET. The following day, PokerGo plans to air the King’s Casino €100,000 Short Deck final table, so you’ll get back-to-back days of short-deck poker played at high stakes.
The King’s Casino €50,000 Short Deck final table will make its way to PokerGo on October 23. You can also catch the €25,500 Platinum High Roller final table (October 21), €2,200 Pot-Limit Omaha final table (October 24),, and €100,000 Diamond High Roller (October 25). The €10,350 Main Event coverage begins on October 27.
The Main Event actually kicks off on October 25 with the first of two Day One starting flights, but PokerGo’s coverage starts on Day Two, and will continue through the final table on October 31.