PokerGO to Broadcast 47 Consecutive Days of 2023 WSOP Poker Streams

By David Huber
May 24, 2023

If you love watching competitive live poker tournaments, then Thursday, June 1st, is a date to mark on your calendar!

PokerGO, the industry’s premier poker content producer, will carry 47 days in a row of coverage from the 2023 World Series of Poker – live (with a short streaming delay) from the Horseshoe and Paris poker rooms in sunny Las Vegas.

What’s more, PokerGO is offering premium subscribers a 30% discount upon signing-up for a yearly membership when using the promo code DREAMWSOP – which will reduce the annual subscription price from $99.99 to $69.99 for new and return viewers alike!

PokerGO hosts poker content 24/7 throughout the world with premium shows including High Stakes Poker, High Stakes Duel, No Gamble No Future — and much, much more!

PokerGO streaming 2023 WSOP

2023 WSOP Featured Event Streams on PokerGO

The 2023 World Series of Poker Main Event will be streamed on PokerGO from Monday, July 3rd through July 17th – when a new World Champion will be determined.

In all, PokerGO is preparing to broadcast 30 WSOP bracelet events starting June 1st.

Featured PokerGO live stream transmissions of the 2023 World Series of Poker include the following tournaments:

  • $1,500 buy-in NLHE “Monster Stack” (June 16th-20th)
  • $250,000 buy-in NLHE “High Roller” (June 16th-18th)
  • $1,000 buy-in No Limit Hold’em Ladies Championship (June 29th-July 2nd
  • $50,000 buy-in No Limit Hold’em Poker Players Championship (June 18th-22nd)

PokerGO’s 2023 WSOP live streaming schedule will kick off on Thursday, June 1st, with coverage of the $5,000 buy-in NLHE/PLO Event #6 at 12:00 Noon Pacific Time, followed by Day 1 of the $1,500 buy-in No Limit Hold’em Event #7 at 2:00pm Pacific Time.

Poker fans from around the globe can expect live coverage of their favorite games, such as Texas Hold’em, Omaha, 7 Card Stud, Draw poker, Bounty events, and the return of the Tag Team WSOP bracelet tournament on Thursday, June 22nd.

Big Stories at 2023 World Series of Poker in Las Vegas

On May 14th, 2023, the poker world said goodbye to one of (if not THE) most beloved poker players of all time, Doyle Brunson.

Affectionately known as Texas Dolly throughout his illustrious card-playing career, Doyle won a total of 10 World Series of Poker bracelets, authored one of the most highly touted poker books of all-time – Super System – and became a fixture within the live and online poker industry for decades through his poker play, table demeanor, and greatly appreciated presence.

Doyle’s WSOP bracelet victories are tied for second place all-time with poker icons Phil Ivey and Johnny Chan.

The WSOP’s all-time bracelet winner, Phil Hellmuth, will be vying for a record-setting 17th victory this year, while PokerGO mainstay Daniel Negreanu will be looking to break a long drought and pick up his seventh career WSOP bracelet as well as surpass all-time WSOP money winner Antonio Esfandiari ($22.3 million) in the process.

PokerGO DreamSeat Giveaway for Yearly Subscribers

All premium yearly subscribers will automatically be eligible for the PokerGO Annual Subscriber Dream Seat Giveaway.

If your name is drawn on one of the two giveaway dates (June 6th and July 17th), you will be awarded with a spot in the 2023 PokerGO Tour Championship freeroll tournament, to be played at the end of the 2023 PGT season. The marquee event has a $1,000,000 guaranteed prize pool.

If you have yet to subscribe to PokerGO or would like to renew your membership, you can get $30 off the normal price by registering with the promo code DREAMSEAT and get 12 months of premium poker content, live streams, podcasts, shows, and more for only $69.99!

Grab your popcorn, and get ready for 47 days of consecutive WSOP poker streams courtesy of the team at PokerGO!



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David Huber

David Huber has been involved in the poker industry for close to two decades: initially as a professional online poker player and later as an editor, consultant, writer, and forum manager. Known as “dhubermex” online, David’s poker-related work has been heavily published across numerous websites since 2004.

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