In addition to 40 hours of live WSOP coverage, ESPN will also be producing an additional 90 hours of unique episodes to compliment the standard programming. PokerGO will also be streaming a whole host of WSOP bracelet events—although that schedule has yet to be released. “ESPN’s established relationship with the World Series of Poker and Poker Central always brings our audience the top.
The World Series of Poker (WSOP) is a series of poker tournaments held annually in Las Vegas and, since 2004, sponsored by Caesars Entertainment Corporation (known as Harrah’s Entertainment until 2010). It dates its origins to 1970, when Benny Binion invited seven of the best-known poker players to the Horseshoe Casino for a single tournament, with a set start and stop time, and a winner.
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This is a discussion on wsop tv coverage within the online poker forums, in the Live Poker section; It shows on the guide that poker wsop main event should be on tv now--but dont look like poker.
Answer 11 of 20: Does anyone know when they will broadcast on ESPN? I know you can watch on the internet but I think you have to pay for the subscription.
Answer 1 of 20: Does anyone know when they will broadcast on ESPN? I know you can watch on the internet but I think you have to pay for the subscription.
The 2016 World Series of Poker saw Qui place number one spot from a potential 6,737 players, a few hundred more than the previous year. Nguyen won the Main Event by heads-up against Gordon Vayo on.
The World Poker Tour and its (Poker)Fish Paul Kammen: For two hours each week, poker players and fans around the world tune into the World Poker Tour on the Travel Channel. The WPT turned the poker world upside down when it began, fanning huge interest in the game and making poker on TV a ratings success, thanks in part to the advent of hole cameras and a production that was able to capture.