br> The World Series of Poker has announced the streaming and TV schedule for the 2018 WSOP with 170 hours of coverage planned between ESPN and PokerGo.
ESPN and the World Series of Poker have extended a partnership agreement through 2020, and Poker Central will also get in the mix. Seth Palansky, vice president of corporate communications for Caesars Entertainment, announced in a press release a new broadcast schedule for July's Main Event.
The World Series of Poker's $10,000 World Championship Event – also known as the “Main Event” – will begin on Saturday. For the first time in the history of poker's premiere tournament, there will be live broadcasting of the event from start to finish over several television and streaming networks. Beginning. br> Play >>>
World Series of Poker: ESPN TV coverage | Other Sports | Sporting Newsbr> The annual event in Las Vegas lures thousands of colorful characters seeking poker's holy grail, the lucrative WSOP main-event title. A small, in-table camera to show each player's hole cards revolutionized coverage of the World Series, which saw dramatic ratings increases when online qualifier Chris Moneymaker won in ...
Televised and live streaming coverage of the World Series of Poker will once again be in the expert hands of ESPN and PokerCentral in 2018. On Thursday, the two media companies announced the schedule for live television coverage of the series in Las Vegas, Nevada. In the announcement, ESPN and ...
The WSOP Main Event starts on July 2 and ends on July 14. PokerNews will again be the official live reporting partner of the World Series of Poker. Live coverage with stories, hands, photos, videos, interviews, and podcasts from the floor of the Rio can be found on PokerNews.com/WSOP and WSOP.com.
The 2018 World Series of Poker's schedule of broadcasts has been released by Poker Central and ESPN. The preliminary information announced on Thursday, Feb. 15 covers the WSOP main event, which features everyday coverage from July 2nd – July 14th. In addition to the main event, ESPN will also.
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