The World Series of Poker (WSOP) fever is back. Hundreds of Indian players are going to be present in Las Vegas between 29 May – 16 July 2019 including past bracelet winners Nikita Luther and Aditya Sushant. They are the ones who have experienced the greatest highs in Indian poker history but apart from them, many are also making their debuts in Vegas this year. All go into the series with similar dreams and hopefully, we have one or two more members to the WSOP gold bracelet club by the end of the series.
Our ‘WSOP Pro Tips’ series is intended to help the whole lot of Indian players who will be heading out to the poker capital of the world for the first time ever. The grinds can get really intense sometimes and to let off some steam, we recently jotted down some of the best recreational activities one can indulge in at Vegas. Prior to that, we also thought about our players who will miss the desi flavour in their food, which led us to making a guide to the best Indian restaurants on the block.
This series began with another guide, this time more poker related, on high-value tournaments and series players could buy-in to at WSOP as well as other series happening around the same time. Today’s guide is more for those who are here back home in India rather than those out on the battlefield in Las Vegas. It’s for those who couldn’t catch a flight to Vegas but are still eager to follow the action. We talk about some of the best streaming options for WSOP 2019.
1) PokerGO: This is the ultimate poker content and entertainment platform across the world and all poker enthusiasts must have a subscription to PokerGO, not just for streaming events at WSOP 2019. For the third consecutive season of the World Series, Poker Central has tied up with WSOP to live stream certain events from the 2019 World Series of Poker on PokerGO, Poker Central’s OTT media platform. Players from India can sign up for a subscription too, as the stream flows in a few minutes after the live action, unlike the weeks of wait that had to be endured in earlier years, before the action was up on YouTube. The subscription fee is set at only $10 per month or an annual billing of $99 ($8.25 per month), which is quite affordable. To get a whole list of WSOP 2019 event which will be live streamed on PokerGO, click here. Also, to subscribe to this service, click here.
2) ESPN: Along with Poker Central, ESPN is the other official partner of WSOP 2019 streaming, who will telecast a minimum of 40 hours of WSOP live coverage, in addition of at least 90 hours of original episodes. All events will be streamed with a 30-minute delay on ESPN2 and it will cover the entire Main Event from 3-16 July 2019.
3) WSOP: Being the host, the WSOP website will also be live streaming certain events and Final Tables, and you can check this page for all details and schedule of the same.
4) CBS: There is a new player this year that has won the rights to stream 25 exclusive events this year and that is CBS All Access. Additionally, they will stream another 8 events along with PokerGO. CBS’ first live-streamed tournament at WSOP 2019 will be Event #2 $10,000 Super Bounty Turbo, so start watching right away, and click here to select your packages. Now CBS is a big name in the world of broadcast media, and you can subscribe to WSOP streaming for as low as $5.99/month (with commercials) and $9.99/month (without commercials) while also getting a week free in both cases. You can also get an added 15% discount if you go in for an annual plan. Watch now!
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