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2022 WSOP Live On From The Las Vegas Strip

by |  Published: Jun 01, 2022

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The Las Vegas Strip plays host to the 53rd edition of the World Series of Poker as the series moves to Bally’s and Paris Las Vegas for a new chapter in its rich history. The venue switch comes after a 17-year stint at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino, which took over as host from the original location downtown at Binion’s Horseshoe.

Having awarded gold bracelets to the game’s best players since 1970, the WSOP will spread 89 gold bracelet events in 2022, including the $10,000 buy-in WSOP main event. The 2022 WSOP kicks off on Tuesday, May 31.

To watch live broadcast coverage of the summer series, viewers are invited to tune in to PokerGO.com. PokerGO is the official live broadcast partner of the World Series of Poker again in 2022, once more producing hundreds of hours of live tournament coverage for viewers from around the world.

For almost two full months, poker fans will have plenty of thrilling poker action available to consume live, exclusively on PokerGO.

How To Watch the 2022 WSOP

Thanks to PokerGO, it’s easier than ever to watch the WSOP live. The 2022 series will run over 51 days, and more than 30 of those days are scheduled to have live coverage on PokerGO. Throughout that time, 21 different and exciting events are scheduled for broadcast, with a wide variety of tournaments and buy-ins available to satisfy even the most hardcore poker fan’s appetite.

PokerGO is available directly through your internet browser at PokerGO.com, and you can also stream PokerGO on any web or mobile browser. Additionally, viewers can also download the PokerGO app to their favorite devices, including iPhone, iPad, AppleTV, Android device, Roku, and Amazon FireTV. Through PokerGO.com and these devices, 2022 WSOP broadcasts can be streamed live or watched on-demand on replay.

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PokerGO Live Coverage Overview

PokerGO’s live stream coverage begins with one of the biggest events of the series – Event #2: $100,000 High Roller Bounty. This is the inaugural running of this event with each player having a $25,000 bounty on their head. A star-studded field is expected to take a seat with millions of dollars in prize money on the line.

The first week of PokerGO coverage continues with Event #3: $2,500 No-Limit Hold’em Freezeout before a run of big buy-in events follows. Event #6: $25,000 Heads-Up No-Limit Hold’em Championship will see 64 of the world’s best heads-up no-limit hold’em players tangle over three days before Event #8: $25,000 No-Limit Hold’em High Roller and Event #12: $50,000 No-Limit Hold’em High Roller.

The first non-hold’em event is scheduled to stream on Friday, June 10, with Event #15: $10,000 Omaha Hi-Lo 8-or-Better Championship followed by two more Omaha events – Event #19: $25,000 Pot-Limit Omaha High Roller on Sunday, June 12, and Event #28: $50,000 Pot-Limit Omaha High Roller on Wednesday, June 15.

Between those two Omaha high roller events, Event #26: $10,000 Limit Hold’em Championship, which was won by John Monnette in 2021 for his fourth bracelet, will air before a run of mixed games start. On Thursday, June 16, viewers can watch Event #31: $10,000 Limit 2-7 Triple Draw Championship. Then it’s Event #35: $2,500 Mixed Big Bet on Saturday, June 18.

Event #38: $10,000 No-Limit 2-7 Single Draw Championship and Event #40: $10,000 Seven-Card Stud Hi-Lo Championship lead into Event #42: $100,000 No-Limit Hold’em High Roller on Tuesday, June 21. Australian Michael Addamo won his second WSOP bracelet of the series, and fourth overall, in that very event in 2021 against a field that included some of the toughest players on the high roller circuit.

Reaching the halfway point of the series will see Event #44: $10,000 H.O.R.S.E. Championship followed by the biggest buy-in event of the series with Event #50: $250,000 Super High Roller which was won last year by Spain’s Adrian Mateos for his fourth career bracelet.

The final week of WSOP bracelet events prior to the main event will include two events being streamed on PokerGO. Event #53: $5,000 Mixed No-Limit Hold’em / Pot-Limit Omaha will air on Sunday, June 26, while one of the biggest fields of the entire series will be down to a final table with Event #51: $400 COLOSSUS airing on Monday, June 27.

Event #56: $50,000 Poker Players Championship is one of the most prestigious events of the series with the final day concluding on PokerGO. Past winners include some of the game’s great players such as David “Chip” Reese, Scotty Nguyen, Brian Rast, and Michael “The Grinder” Mizrachi, who has won the event a record three times. In 2021, Dan ‘Jungleman’ Cates broke through to earn the title and his first career bracelet.

 July will be reserved for the granddaddy of them all, and the highlight of PokerGO’s exclusive live stream coverage, as the WSOP main event begins on Sunday, July 3, and ends with the 2022 world champion being crowned on Saturday, July 16.

It will be the second consecutive year that live WSOP main event coverage will be exclusively on PokerGO. Last year, German high-stakes pro Koray Aldemir earned $8 million for winning poker’s biggest title.

The final table of the main event will be broadcast live on PokerGO in two parts, starting on Friday, July 15, and concluding on Saturday, July 16. 

PokerGO’s live coverage of the 2022 World Series of Poker doesn’t end with the main event, however, but with the final table of the Tournament of Champions. The Tournament of Champions is open to winners of ring events from the 2021/2022 WSOP Circuit season and WSOP bracelet winners from the 2022 series.

While we’ve done our best to highlight some of the heavy hitters from PokerGO’s live broadcast offering, we’re confident that every day of live coverage is a can’t-miss appointment.

More Great WSOP Content Available from PokerGO

PokerGO isn’t just the exclusive home of live WSOP coverage. The popular streaming service is also home to the world’s largest collection of live poker tournaments and TV shows available on-demand. PokerGO’s extensive portfolio includes iconic titles such as High Stakes Poker and Poker After Dark, plus PokerGO’s very own High Stakes Duel, U.S. Poker Open, Poker Masters, PokerGO Cup, and Super High Roller Bowl broadcasts.

Specific to the World Series of Poker, PokerGO is where viewers will find an unrivaled collection of past content, including shows that date back as far as 1973. Included in PokerGO’s WSOP archives are some of poker’s most iconic main event moments, including Walter “Puggy” Pearson’s win in 1973, Bobby Baldwin’s standout victory in 1978, Stu Ungar’s second main event title in 1981, Johnny Chan’s back-to-back success in 1987 and 1988, and Phil Hellmuth’s breakout in 1989.

Viewers can also find full WSOP main event coverage during the poker boom from 2003 to 2010, which includes Chris Moneymaker’s legendary triumph in 2003, Jamie Gold’s record-setting $12 million win in 2006, and the first-ever “November Nine” won by Peter Eastgate in 2008.

PokerGO is also home to plenty of international World Series of Poker content as well. Viewers can relive past WSOP Europe and WSOP Asia-Pacific events, including Daniel Negreanu’s win in the 2013 WSOP Asia-Pacific main event and Hellmuth’s victory in the 2012 WSOP Europe main event.

With such a substantial portfolio of WSOP content, PokerGO is more than capable of satisfying the appetite of all levels of poker fans.

Watch the 2022 WSOP exclusively on PokerGO.com, and use sign-up code “CARDPLAYER” for $20 off an annual subscription. ♠