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.
Poker Central and the World Series of Poker have released the televised schedule for the 2020 WSOP. Thirteen days of live coverage are on tap for viewers around the world, and it will be Main Event only once again. In many respects, it's essentially identical to the 2019 TV offering, which also provided 14 days of Main Event coverage, from Day 1a on.
ESPN 2 is the place to be Monday night as World Series of Poker Main Event coverage from the Rio All-Suites Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas begins at 8 p.m. ET.
The Sports Network (TSN) will provide live coverage of the WSOP Main Event final table throughout Canada, with the exclusion of Quebec. TSN2 will join the progress of the final table on Thursday, July 20 at 9:30 PM ET, with complete coverage on Friday and Saturday. TSN GO will broadcast the final table via TV network simulcasts.
ESPN handles TV, PokerGO handles streaming. Per the agreement, ESPN and Poker Central will telecast “at least” 40 hours of live World Series of Poker coverage. In addition, they will produce another 90 hours of “originally produced” episodes. The latter are likely prepackaged WSOP episodes that will be shown later in the year with away.
Full episodes from the 2013 World Series of Poker Main Event debuted on PokerGO last week, giving fans a chance to look back at Ryan Riess’ beastly performance for the first time. Over the course of six days of coverage, starting with Day 4, the field dwindles from hundreds, to nine, to a champion. There are tons of characters and personalities on display throughout the ESPN coverage, but.
WSOP Main Event on ESPN. Poker boomed when Chris Moneymaker became a household name, defeating Sammy Farha heads-up to win the 2003 WSOP Main Event. Since then, ESPN’s coverage of the Main Event has remained a poker TV staple. In 2017, for the first time, the ESPN broadcast will be as close to live as ever before. Poker fans can watch the.
Television coverage of the World Series of Poker National Championship is set to air on ESPN2 on Tuesday. An impressive final table will feature poker icon and former world No. 1 Daniel Negreanu.