- WSOPE 2019 will be streamed on PokerGO
- 11 bracelet events with €25 mill guaranteed
The 2019 edition of the World Series of Poker Europe is well underway, with some of the best players around the world competing for amazing prizes and bragging rights. If you can’t make to Rozvadov and join the rail, the good news is that you’ll be able to watch the action online.
The first day of streaming will take place at the start of the Super High Roller event. With a buy-in of €250,000, this event will attract some very high-profile players. Rainer Kempe and Sam Trickett have already joined in, and we’re sure to see many other poker VIPs enter in the coming days.
The full list of events that you’ll be able to watch are:
- Oct 16 – €250KSuper High Roller Day 1
- Oct 17 – €250K Super High Roller Day 2
- Oct 18 – €250K Super High Roller Final Table
- Oct 19 – €25.5K Short Deck Final Table
- Oct 20 – King’s Casino €100,000 Short Deck Final Table
- Oct 21 – €25.5K Platinum High Roller Final Table
- Oct 23 – King’s Casino €50,000 Short Deck Final Table
- Oct 24 – €2,200 Pot Limit Omaha Final Table
- Oct 25 – €100K Diamond High Roller Final Table
- Oct 27 – €10,350 Main Event No Limit Hold’em Day 2
- Oct 28 – €10,350 Main Event No Limit Hold’em Day 3
- Oct 29 – €10,350 Main Event No Limit Hold’em Day 4
- Oct 30 – €10,350 Main Event No Limit Hold’em Day 5
- Oct 31 – €10,350 Main Event No Limit Hold’em Final Table
All of the above events will be streamable on PokerGO. A subscription to the service is $10 a month or $99 for a yearly pass.
While not every single event will be streamed, the biggest ones will be available to watch online. So, you’ll be able to catch all of the most exciting hands with the biggest names in poker competing.
About the WSOP Europe 2019
The WSOP Europe is being hosted in Rozvadoz, Czech Republic for the third year running. There are 11 bracelet events this year, with buy-ins ranging from €350 to €250,000 in the huge High Roller event. A total of €25 million is guaranteed over the course of all events.
This year’s Main Event will feature a €10,350 buy-in and there is a €5 million guarantee. Last year, the UK’s Jack Sinclair won the WSOPE Main Event and landed himself an impressive €1.2 million prize. There were over 500 runners in the event in 2018, and WSOPE organisers are anticipating an even bigger field this year.