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PokerGO Announces Streaming Schedule for 2022 WSOP

That’s right…if you have been under a rock for the past six months, you might find it hard to believe that it is only a few weeks until the cards hit the air for the 2022 World Series of Poker. The actual date for the first event is May 31 (when the Casino Employees Event takes to the stage), so it might be a good idea to figure out how to check out the action from the two new locations, Bally’s and Paris Las Vegas on the Strip. If you are not there, one way you will be able to find out what is going on is through the streaming service PokerGO and its coverage of the events.

21 Events to Be Streamed

For 2022, PokerGO is going with a “less is more” approach. While they might not offer the wall-to-wall coverage as they have in years past, they are targeting what they believe will be the major events of the schedule. Thirty-two days of this summer’s forty-eight days of action will be aired on PokerGO, something that Mori Eskandani, the president of PokerGO, was quite enthused about.

“PokerGO is thrilled to continue its longstanding partnership with the World Series of Poker and present the 2022 WSOP live streaming schedule,” Eskandani stated during the announcement of the schedule. “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.”

In past years, PokerGO attempted to cover nearly all the action that took place in Las Vegas. Having covered the tournaments myself, that is nearly impossible, even for an organization like PokerGO. Thus, they have decided to reduce the number of events they will cover to twenty-one bracelet events, including the 2022 WSOP Championship Event (the “Main Event” to some).

Action Begins on PokerGO on June 2

The first broadcast action from Bally’s will be on June 2. The $100,000 High Roller Bounty No Limit Hold’em Championship should feature a plethora of deep-pocketed pros kicking off their 2022 WSOP with dreams of a bracelet. The “High Roller” events will be prominently featured during the PokerGO run, with eight of the events (counting the WSOP Poker Players’ Championship) constituting “High Roller” tournaments.

While it is subject to change, here is the schedule for PokerGO’s streaming broadcasts of the 2022 WSOP:

Thursday, June 2: $100,000 High Roller Bounty NL Hold’em
Friday, June 3: $2,500 Freezeout NL Hold’em
Saturday, June 4: $25,000 Heads-Up NL Hold’em Championship
Monday, June 6: $25,000 High Roller NL Hold’em
Wednesday, June 8: $50,000 High Roller NL Hold’em
Friday, June 10: $10,000 Omaha Hi-Lo Championship
Sunday, June 12: $25,000 High Roller Pot-Limit Omaha
Tuesday, June 14: $10,000 Limit Hold’em Championship
Wednesday, June 15: $50,000 High Roller Pot-Limit Omaha
Thursday, June 16: $10,000 Limit 2-7 Triple Draw Championship
Saturday, June 18: $2,500 Mixed Big Bet
Sunday, June 19: $10,000 No-Limit 2-7 Lowball Championship
Monday, June 20: $10,000 Seven-Card Stud Hi-Lo Championship
Tuesday, June 21: $100,000 High Roller NL Hold’em
Thursday, June 23: $10,000 H.O.R.S.E. Championship
Saturday, June 25: $250,000 Super High Roller NL Hold’em
Sunday, June 26: $5,000 Mixed NL Hold’em/Pot-Limit Omaha
Monday, June 27: $400 Colossus NL Hold’em
TBD: $50,000 Poker Players Championship
Wednesday, July 20: WSOP Tournament of Champions

As mentioned previously, the 2022 WSOP Championship Event will also be part of the streaming festivities.

PokerGO is also offering a special deal for those who are looking to sign up to watch the action unfold in Las Vegas. For a limited time, poker fans can sign up for an annual PokerGO subscription using the promo code “WSOP30” to receive $30 off the annual price ($99.99) and get all access for what amounts to less than $6 per month. PokerGO is available on any smartphone (Android or iPhone) by downloading the PokerGO app, or on Roku, Apple TV, and Amazon Fire TV. It also can be viewed on a computer through a web browser at