PokerGo Goes Big with New WSOP Streaming Schedule.
With the 2019 World Series of Poker schedule mostly set, Poker Central and ESPN have released a preliminary live broadcast schedule that includes coverage of the Main Event from start to finish. “Significant video coverage is one of our key cornerstones,” said Ty Stewart, executive director, World Series of Poker.“We’re grateful to Poker Central and ESPN for continuing to expand the.
The World Series of Poker Main Event will air live daily for the first time in the tournament’s 48-year history. The world’s richest poker tournament which has an edition every single year will feature a.
Check out the ESPN and ESPN2 tv schedule, or go on PokerGO to check out the WSOP Main Event. Here you'll find the World Series of Poker tv guide for LIVE tv. With the 2019 World Series of Poker schedule mostly set, Poker Central and ESPN have released a preliminary live broadcast schedule that includes coverage of the Main Event from start to finish. For the second straight year, ESPN and.
PokerGO Announces Subscription Video-on-Demand Poker Service. All the rest of the WSOP’s massive schedule remains available for broadcast, and a good chunk of that will form the basis of PokerGO’s SVOD (subscription video on demand) service. The PokerGo digital platform is that alternative channel not directly named as part of last week’s announcement, more or less so it could be held.
World Series of Poker 2019 Broadcast Schedule Released. Poker Central and ESPN will both be covering the 50th WSOP with coverage of the coverage of the Main Event kicking off on July 3. For those of us not jumping on a plane to Las Vegas to celebrate the 50th World Series of Poker (WSOP), the televised coverage of the event will have to do. Luckily Poker Central’s PokerGO along with ESPN.
The full PokerGO WSOP streaming schedule will be announced at a later time. As part of an ongoing partnership between ESPN and Poker Central, ESPN will telecast at least 40 hours of live WSOP coverage, plus an additional 90 hours of originally produced episodes.
For the second year in a row, ESPN and Poker Central are teaming up to broadcast the 2018 World Series of Poker Main Event. Combined, the two will air “start to finish everyday coverage” of the.