Pokergo TV was born in 2017 in Las Vegas with the intention of becoming the first online television operator (OTT, which is what operators like Amazon Prime or Netflix are called) that, in addition to having content exclusively about poker, would take care of content from the Best Quality.
Five years later they have succeeded: their content library includes more than 2,800 videos with a total of more than 4,500 continuous hours of poker, including tournaments and events. Over 100 days of live poker programming each year, as well as 24/7 access to a variety of other shows, series and exclusive content for poker enthusiasts everywhere.
PokerGo offers a wide variety of poker broadcasts, including spectacular High Stakes Poker games, where the network mixes professional poker players and VIP card enthusiasts, including influencers, athletes, gamers and personalities from the world of cinema, who play high No -Limit Hold bets with buy-ins ranging from $100,000 to $500,000.
But the real jewel in the crown is Poker Masters, a show where poker pros compete for a highly coveted purple jacket, not unlike the green jacket awarded at the PGA Masters Tournament.
Poker Masters revolutionized the game for high rollers with a week-long tournament of some of the highest-stakes poker tournaments in the world. Each event offers a seven-figure prize pool and the opportunity to pocket millions of dollars is available every day. However, only the best player will be named the Poker Masters Champion and receive the purple jacket.
The inaugural season featured such popular pros as Doug Polk, Phil Hellmuth, Daniel Negreanu, Fedor Holz and Bryn Kenney competing for more than $13 million. In the end, German poker pro Steffen Sontheimer emerged victorious, pocketing almost $2.75 million and the fancy purple jacket.
Another unique format is Pokerography, a series of biographical episodes that tells the story behind the players and describes their life and career in poker in an intimate and close way, from its beginnings, through its worst moments, to the present day. . Among the biographies that have been reviewed in the program, are those of some of the greats of poker, such as Antonio Esfandiari, Chris Moneymaker, Jennifer Tilly, Mike Sexton or Phil Hellmuth.
They also have the exclusive on the World Series of Poker, exciting formats like Poker After Dark, which is an intimate look at a regular cash game table, but with some plot twists, like pitching a famous amateur influencer against 5 pros. .
Hand Histories, is another of the programs that has more fandom. An intriguing series somewhere between fatual and mockumentary, it offers poker fans a rare behind-the-scenes look at the virtual rollercoaster ride that is poker by examining some of the most famous poker hands ever televised. . In this show, the players involved in those hands narrate the action and their own feelings about their wins and losses, some of them iconic and historic. Of course Daniel Negreanu shines in this series that has so far had a season of six chapters.
The chain has a presence on TWITCH, in addition to its own platform, and with a great diversity in its offer: no fan will be disappointed by not finding something that may be attractive, since they have from analysis of High Stakes games like this one between Phil Hellmuth vs. Scott Seiver - High Stakes Duel $800,000 in a massive lineup. If you don't want to spend the $99.99 worth of a subscription to the platform, you can always enjoy its open content and previews on PokerGo TV's Twitch.
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