PokerGO's 2023 WSOP Live-stream Schedule Covers Biggest Events and More

The 2023 World Series of Poker (WSOP) schedule was released in February, and now we know some details about when and where poker fans can watch the action.

PokerGO has announced plans to cover 47 consecutive days of bracelet event action at the Horseshoe Las Vegas starting June 1 and running through the Main Event. It will be the poker app’s most comprehensive live-stream WSOP schedule ever.

Speaking of the Main Event, poker’s most prestigious annual tournament, PokerGO will provide daily live coverage from July 3-17 right up until a new world champion is crowned. This coming fall, CBS Sports Network will then air edited condensed broadcasts of poker’s world championship event.

View the full 2023 WSOP Schedule

World Series of Poker Live-stream Details

Beyond the Main Event, PokerGO will live-stream 29 other bracelet event final tables, including the $50,000 Poker Players Championship and $250,000 High Roller.

But there’s more than just the highest stakes tournaments on the live-stream schedule. For example, poker fans can also catch final table action of the $1,000 Ladies Championship and $1,500 Monster Stack, two of the most popular lower stakes tournaments every year at the World Series of Poker.

“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 and a Poker Hall of Fame member. “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.”

Most 2023 WSOP broadcasts will air exclusively on the PokerGO app (subscription required), but some final tables will air on PokerGO’s YouTube channel.

The full live-stream schedule isn’t yet available but it likely will be in the near future. On top of the live-stream broadcasts, PokerNews will live report all 95 bracelet events this summer.
*Image courtesy of PokerGO.

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