When Poker Central launched the PokerGo app, it took the poker world by storm. It can be described as the Netflix of poker. Fans around the world went into excitement overload when the $10 a month application was released.
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It gives you access to live tournaments which include Super High Roller Bowl and World Series of Poker. TV favourites are also available like Poker After Dark. It is the first of it’s kind.
Because of the massive success, Poker Central announced that they will soon open their own 10,000-square-foot broadcast studio outside the Aria on the Las Vegas Strip. The PokerGo Studio will open it’s doors on 16 May 2018 and will be the exclusive home for all Poker Central-owned events.
The studio will have space for nine poker tables and can take up to 300 people, including space for 100 spectators and will not only host poker. ESP Gaming (Poker Central’s sister company) will stream esports from the PokerGo Studio, that will include a break desk, streaming lounge and multiple sound stages.
The special grand opening will take place from May 16 – 17 and will be opened with Poker After Dark. The PokerGo Studio will also be baptised by the fourth instalment of the Super High Roller Bowl when the $300,000 buy-in, 4-day event kicks off on 27 May.