The first-ever U.S. Poker Open begins in less than 24 hours and over the next week, eight events will decide who will be crowned U.S. Poker Open Champion. If you’re wondering how you should be following the action, look no further than Poker Central’s USPO Viewing Guide.

Where to Watch

The U.S. Poker Open will be streamed exclusively on PokerGO, with both feature and final table broadcasts beginning Friday, February 2. During the series, fans will have a chance to watch their favorite players compete in multiple High Roller events, but unlike last year’s Poker Masters series, there is more to this series than No Limit Hold’em. For the first time, high stakes mixed game events will be streamed on PokerGO, including two days of $25,000 Mixed Game Championship coverage.

Who to Follow

While PokerGO will be broadcasting the entire USPO series, we know that one screen usually isn’t enough. Some social media accounts and personalities are the perfect compliment to PokerGO’s live streams and you should keep your eyes out for them throughout the U.S. Poker Open. Commentators Ali Nejad and Jeremey Ausmus fit that billing, along with the third member of the PokerGO broadcast team Maria Ho. Poker Central’s Remko Rinkema will also be on the floor for the entire series, providing a wide range of USPO content. As always, follow Poker Central and PokerGO to make sure you don’t miss a beat during the eight-event series.

Behind the Scenes

Throughout the U.S. Poker Open, Poker Central’s YouTube channel will be the home to behind the scenes access to poker’s newest major championship. A wide range of content, we won’t spoil any of it, will populate the Poker Central YouTube channel throughout the series and to make sure you don’t miss any of those updates, subscribe to Poker Central.


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