"PokerGo" To Feature World Series of Poker, Super High Roller Bowl Content

Published on May 23rd, 2017 11:56 pm EST

Poker Central Poker Go - Logo - purple.Poker Central's plan to monetize their newly acquired asset (World Series of Poker global television and digital media rights) came into focus this week after they announced the launch of their new "PokerGo" streaming product.

According to a press release that was circulated earlier this week, "PokerGo" will feature World Series of Poker (anything that is not broadcast on ESPN/ESPN2) and Super High Roller Bowl content to start. Poker Central has said that there will be more tournaments and cash games added to the product in the future.

Poker Central revealed that action from the $300,000 Super High Roller Bowl and $111,111 High Roller For One Drop will be broadcast on "PokerGo". In addition, "more than a dozen" World Series of Poker bracelet events will also be shown on "PokerGo" this summer.

The "PokerGo" product will also feature "classic programming" such as "Poker After Dark", "Face The Ace" and "Doubles Poker Championship".


The cost for the "PokerGo" product will be $10 per month or $99 for an annual subscription.

The big draws for the "PokerGo" product will obviously be the $300,000 Super High Roller Bowl, $111,111 High Roller for One Drop and any World Series of Poker main event action that doesn't make the ESPN/ESPN2 broadcasts.

Will that be enough to get you to shell out the $10/month or $99/year for the product?

Source: PokerCentral.com - Poker Central Launches Subscription Service PokerGo


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