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PokerGO Has Your Front Row Seat For The 2024 WSOP

More Than 300 Hours Of Daily Live Broadcasts Scheduled

by Card Player News Team |  Published: May 29, 2024


The Las Vegas Strip once again plays host to poker’s biggest festival with the 55th edition of the annual summer series.

The 2024 series will feature a record 99 live gold bracelet events from May 28 to July 17 at the Horseshoe and Paris Las Vegas, and as the official live broadcast partner, PokerGO will be on hand to showcase all of the action.

For nearly two months, poker fans will enjoy daily live tournament coverage, with more than 300 hours of broadcasts expected over the course of the summer.

PokerGO will feature more than 30 bracelet events overall, including marquee events like the $50,000 Poker Players Championship, the $250,000 buy-in high roller, the $25,000 buy-in heads-up championship, and several other high-stakes staples of the festival.

There will also be plenty of coverage of the biggest events of the summer that sport more affordable buy-ins, with massive-field tournaments like the $1,500 Millionaire Maker, the $1,500 Monster Stack, and the $1,000 Ladies Championship all set to be showcased. Other games scheduled include pot-limit Omaha, pot-limit Omaha eight-or-better, no-limit 2-7, stud, and big O.

And of course, PokerGO is the place to go to see the main event. The $10,000 championship will see daily broadcast coverage of all 14 days, running from July 3 and continuing until a champion is crowned on July 17.

“In an effort to give poker fans more, we’ve planned 48 days of livestreaming, plus more than 300 hours of live coverage, which will be the most we’ve ever done for both,” said PokerGO President and Poker Hall of Famer Mori Eskandani.

In 2023, Georgia poker pro Dan Weinman topped 10,043 players, the largest field in poker history, to win the main event and the $12.1 million first-place prize. Tournament organizers are expecting an even bigger turnout this time around, upping the number of tables between the two properties to nearly 700.

“Records are made to be broken, so our motto this year is bigger and better,” said WSOP Senior Vice President Ty Stewart. “With our best schedule ever and more than 100 additional poker tables, we look forward to welcoming legends, first-timers, and everyone in between. If you’re a poker player, there is simply no experience on earth like the World Series of Poker.”

How To Watch

It’s easier than ever to watch the WSOP live.

The PokerGO streaming platform is available on Android phones and tablets, iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, and via any web or mobile browser (simply navigate to Select broadcasts will be hosted on PokerGO’s YouTube channel.

Select broadcasts will be hosted on PokerGO’s YouTube channel, and PokerGO will produce new episodes to air on CBS Sports.

Not only can you watch this year’s WSOP coverage, but PokerGO is where viewers will find an unrivaled collection of past content, including shows that date back as far as 1973.

Included in the 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.

The popular streaming service also has the world’s largest collection of live poker tournaments and TV shows available on-demand including iconic titles such as High Stakes Poker and Poker After Dark, plus PokerGO’s very own No Gamble, No Future, High Stakes Duel, U.S. Poker Open, Poker Masters, PokerGO Cup, and Super High Roller Bowl broadcasts.

The full WSOP schedule can be found on the on PokerGO’s website.

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