Through its PokerGO site, Poker Central expands its contract with the World Series of Poker to broadcast coverage of the forthcoming WSOP Europe.
The WSOP Europe kicked off on October 13 and runs until November 4, hosted by King’s Resort in Rozvadov, Czech Republic.
PokerGO will cover many WSOP Europe activities, including 14 days of cumulative coverage, from October 16–31. You can find the planned schedule on PokerGO.com.
“The addition of WSOP Europe to the PokerGO live event schedule is a fantastic addition to our calendar and a huge milestone in our longstanding partnership with the WSOP,” said Sampson Simmons, president of Poker Central.
“We’re excited to add even more value to our platform’s subscription offering and expand our coverage footprint further across the globe.”
Ty Stewart, WSOP executive director, added: “This expanded partnership with PokerGO to stream the WSOP Europe provides more continuity for our viewers along with even greater value for PokerGO subscribers.
“We look forward to working with Poker Central and King’s Resort to showcase the game’s best players as the quest for the WSOP Player of the Year reaches its climactic conclusion.”
“King’s Resort has hosted the WSOP Europe for three years in a row, and each year the event has grown in popularity and attendance,” said Leon Tsoukernik, owner of King’s Resort.
“We’re looking forward to welcoming the poker community to the Czech Republic for the live tournament and via streaming for those watching around the world.”