We are three days into the 2019 World Series of Poker Europe and if you have been wondering if you will be able to watch any of the competition, the answer is yes, you will. Today, Poker Central announced its streaming schedule for the WSOP Europe. The first broadcast is tomorrow on PokerGO and episodes will continue through the end of the month.

The start of the streaming schedule coincides with the first day of the €250,000 Super High Roller event. There will be one tournament streamed each day, with most of the episodes showing final table action. The rest of the episode are comprised of the first two days of the Super High Roller and all but the first day of the €10,350 No-Limit Hold’em Main Event.

“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 Poker Central president Sampson Simmons in a press release. “We’re excited to add even more value to our platform’s subscription offering and expand our coverage footprint further across the globe.”

The World Series of Poker Europe kicked off on Sunday with the €350 Opener No-Limit Hold’em event. It is the least expensive event in WSOP history, though the caveat there is that there are two re-entries permitted per flight, with two starting flights. The “Opener” will not be streamed by PokerGO.

“This expanded partnership with PokerGO to stream the WSOP Europe provides more continuity for our viewers along with even greater value for PokerGO subscribers,” added Ty Stewart, Executive Director of the World Series of Poker. “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.”

For the third straight year, the World Series of Poker Europe is hosted by King’s Resort in Rozvadov, Czech Republic (the venue was called King’s Casino, but recently changed its moniker to something more grandiose).

PokerGO costs $10 per month or $99 for an annual pass.

2019 World Series of Poker Europe PokerGO Streaming Schedule

October 16 – WSOP €250,000 Super High Roller Day 1
October 17 – WSOP €250,000 Super High Roller Day 2
October 18 – WSOP €250,000 Super High Roller Final Table
October 19 – WSOP €25,500 Short Deck Final Table
October 20 – King’s Casino €100,000 Short Deck Final Table
October 21 – WSOP €25,500 Platinum High Roller Final Table
October 23 – King’s Casino €50,000 Short Deck Final Table
October 24 – WSOP €2,200 Pot Limit Omaha Final Table
October 25 – WSOP €100,000 Diamond High Roller Final Table
October 27 – WSOP €10,350 Main Event No Limit Hold’em Day 2
October 28 – WSOP €10,350 Main Event No Limit Hold’em Day 3
October 29 – WSOP €10,350 Main Event No Limit Hold’em Day 4
October 30 – WSOP €10,350 Main Event No Limit Hold’em Day 5
October 31 – WSOP €10,350 Main Event No Limit Hold’em Final Table

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