WSOP Reveals Streaming Schedule and Event Structures
The 2022 World Series of Poker is mere weeks away. That also means that numerous other live poker tournament series in Las Vegas are in the mix as well, with some already starting or ready to do so. This is going to be a crazy poker summer.
Meanwhile, the WSOP remains at the center of it all. And it is revealing everything from wire instructions to schedules for dailies and satellites, rules, and the streaming schedule. Many poker fans around the world won’t be able to make it to Las Vegas this summer, but they can all access the live coverage online.
It’s time for these details.
Structures and Links
The World Series of Poker continues to post more information on its site. Of course, it all started with the full tournament schedule, which the WSOP released in February. Last month, we received more information regarding WSOP registration. One recent addition to that is the exact details for wire transfers:
We now have more information, all accessible from the WSOP website under the WSOP Las Vegas tab. These links also work:
Schedule for all WSOP bracelet events, dailies, satellites, and specials
Structures for daily & special deepstack non-bracelet tournaments
Structures for mega satellites
Rules for all live action at WSOP events at Bally’s and Paris Las Vegas
Rules for all WSOP events
Some additions to the https://t.co/sENnrWcyIk page:
Live Action Rules
Mega Satellite Structures
Daily Deepstacks Structures
More to come?
— Kevin Mathers (@Kevmath) May 6, 2022
WSOP Viewing Options
As has been the case for several years, the only way that people can watch the World Series of Poker livestreams is via PokerGO. The bad thing is that it is a subscription site that costs money. The good thing is that people around the world can view the action. It works online in any browser; via Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, and Roku; and on any Android phone or table and iPhone or iPad.
PokerGO is only available by subscription, with three options available:
-Monthly subscription = $14.99/month
-Three-month subscription = $29.99
-Annual subscription = $99.99
To celebrate the start of the World Series of Poker, anyone can sign up for an annual subscription with a special code – WSOP30 – to receive $30 off the annual price. That puts the price at $69.99 for the first year, which equates to less than $5.84 per month.
PokerGO President Mori Eskandani said, “We know how passionate and loyal the millions of poker fans around the world are, and how much they love the WSOP, which is why PokerGO remains committed to providing the best-in-poker coverage of the game’s biggest and most celebrated tournament series.”
As it stands now, PokerGO will livestream the following events at 8pm ET per this schedule:
|Thursday||June 2||Event 2||$100K NLHE High Roller Bounty|
|Friday||June 3||Event 3||$2,500 NLHE Freezeout|
|Saturday||June 4||Event 6||$25K NLHE Heads-Up Championship|
|Monday||June 6||Event 8||$25K NLHE High Roller|
|Wednesday||June 8||Event 12||$50K NLHE High Roller|
|Friday||June 10||Event 15||$10K Omaha Hi-Lo Championship|
|Sunday||June 12||Event 19||$25K PLO High Roller|
|Tuesday||June 14||Event 26||$10K Limit Hold’em Championship|
|Wednesday||June 15||Event 28||$50K PLO High Roller|
|Thursday||June 16||Event 31||$10K Limit 2-7 Triple Draw Championship|
|Saturday||June 18||Event 35||$2,500 Mixed Big Bet|
|Sunday||June 19||Event 38||$10K NL 2-7 Lowball Championship|
|Monday||June 20||Event 40||$10K Seven-Card Stud Hi-Lo Championship|
|Tuesday||June 21||Event 42||$100K NLHE High Roller|
|Thursday||June 23||Event 44||$10K HORSE Championship|
|Saturday||June 25||Event 50||$250K NLHE Super High Roller|
|Sunday||June 26||Event 53||$5K Mixed NLHE/PLO|
|Monday||June 27||Event 51||$400 NLHE Colossus|
|Thursday||June 30||Event 56||$50K Poker Players Championship|
|Wednesday||July 20||Event 89||WSOP Tournament of Champions|
This schedule is subject to change, predominantly based upon unforeseen tournament speed or delays (playing a final table sooner or later than anticipated).
One might also notice that there is a glaring omission from the schedule – the Main Event. The press release was vague, but the PokerGO viewing schedule shows this as a Main Event schedule:
|Sunday||July 3||6pm ET||WSOP Main Event Day 1A|
|Monday||July 4||6pm ET||Day 1B|
|Tuesday||July 5||6pm ET||Day 1C|
|Wednesday||July 6||6pm ET||Day 1D|
|Thursday||July 7||6pm ET||Day 2A/B|
|Friday||July 8||6pm ET||Day 2C/D|
|Saturday||July 9||6pm ET||Day 3|
|Sunday||July 10||6pm ET||Day 4|
|Monday||July 11||3pm ET||Day 5|
|Tuesday||July 12||3pm ET||Day 6|
|Wednesday||July 13||3pm ET||Day 7|
|Friday||July 15||5:30pm ET||Final Table Day 1|
|Saturday||July 16||5:30pm ET||Final Table Day 2|
Again, all of this is subject to change.
— WSOP – World Series of Poker (@WSOP) May 6, 2022