47 Consecutive Days of WSOP Coverage of the 2023 WSOP on PokerGO 15 Apr

The 2023 World Series of Poker is set to begin on May 30, and once again, PokerGO will be the official live broadcasting provider from Horseshoe Las Vegas and Paris Las Vegas, where WSOP will retake place this year.

92 bracelets events are scheduled in the seven-week series and PokerPro.cc Team will also be in Vegas, playing and reporting from the events! There is still time for you to qualify for the WSOP Main Event, as satellites are running daily on GG Network and ClubGG.

But for those who won’t be able to get in Vegas, fear not. This year PokerGO announced their most compact World Series of Poker livestreaming offering ever. Starting from June 1, poker fans can enjoy 47 consecutive days of WSOP action from the Las Vegas strip.

Most WSOP livestreams will be broadcast on the subscription-based PokerGO platform, available on almost any device you use. In addition to that, a selection of WSOP tournaments will be available for free on the PokerGO YouTube channel. All annual subscribers will be eligible for the Dream Seat Giveaway promotion, where viewers can win a $1,000,000 Freeroll entry.

“PokerGO is delighted to offer live broadcast coverage of the World Series of Poker for another year and do so with our largest livestream offering ever,” said Mori Eskandani, President of PokerGO. “We know how much the poker audience around the world loves our game and, specifically, the WSOP. Our coverage of the 2023 WSOP will set a new standard in delivering poker to the global audience, as we will reach more fans than ever before, plus create new ones.”