Las Vegas, NV (November 2, 2023) – The WPT® World Championship festival will feature a full slate of livestreamed events spanning 14 days, showcasing the action from Wynn Las Vegas to World Poker Tour® fans across the globe. The schedule consists of high stakes cash games, exclusive events, and multiple days of fast-paced tournament action.
“We developed a comprehensive livestream schedule in order to bring global viewers as much unique content as possible during the entire WPT World Championship festival,” said WPT CEO Adam Pliska “There will be plenty of must-watch poker to catch during our cash game and final table streams, including the crowning of the ultimate winner of the $40 million guaranteed World Championship.”
Starting Dec. 7, livestreamed content will appear on both the World Poker Tour YouTube and Twitch channels. Coverage starting times vary each day and extend for up to 12 hours per day.
The 14-days of streaming begins with a $25/$50 Creator Cash Game on Dec. 7, featuring Brad Owen and Andrew Neeme alongside other content creators. Dec. 8 follows with an exciting final-table finale in the $1,100 buy-in, $250,000 guarantee, WPT Ladies Championship.
Dec. 9 and 10 present a pair of high stakes cash games with blinds of $100/$200 and $200/$400, respectively. A $25/$50 Pot Limit Omaha cash game will run on Dec. 11. The WPT Ladies Cash Game returns on Dec.14 with blinds at $50/$100. To cap off the cash game lineup, a massive stream will occur on Dec. 15 with $1 million on the table.
Following the Ladies Championship, tournament action resumes on Dec. 12 with Day 3 coverage of the WPT Prime Championship – as the field plays down to a final six. A televised and livestreamed final table of the Prime Championship will be presented on Dec. 19.
Playdown streams of the $10,400, $40 million guaranteed, WPT World Championship will run December 16-20. The coverage will take fans from Day 2 all the way through Day 6, culminating in the televised finale on Dec. 21 where a champion will be crowned.
There will be two additional televised events this year. First, the WPT and Daniel Arsham Celebrity Invitational is set for Dec. 18. The unique Sit & Go event boasts a grand prize valued at over $150,000, a veiled Porsche sculpture created by the renowned American artist. Second is the compelling conclusion of the $1 million WPT The Big One for One Drop on Dec. 20.
The complete WPT World Championship livestreaming schedule follows:
For more information regarding this and all World Poker Tour events, visit WPT.com.
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