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WSOP Main Event Livestream 24-7 Coverage on PokerGO Kicks Off Today

Written by:
Ace King
Published on:
Nov/04/2021

This year's World Series of Poker Main Event will be broadcast live via the successful poker streaming platform PokerGo.  The WSOP will no longer be broadcast on ESPN.

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The WSOP has now partnered with CBS but airings of the Main Event will be available after the 2021 WSOP has concluded.  They will be using the PokerGO live stream footage to edit down into made-for-TV episodes.

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While it may seem a bit of a bummer that ESPN will no longer be broadcasting the World Series of Poker and CBS won't show segments of the event until after its conclusion, 2021 actually represents the first year the WSOP Main Event will be shown in its entirety courtesy of PokerGo.

“Viewers will be able to watch the WSOP Main Event all in one place,” PokerGo President Mori Eskandani said, “starting with the early levels of the tournament all the way until a world champion is crowned.”

We are assuming WSOP bracelet record holder Phil Hellmuth will be making one of his grand entrances once again and anticipate that epic spectacle to be broadcast on PokerGo as well.

- Ace King, Gambling911.com

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