The World Poker Tour has announced that their highly anticipated 15th season will start airing on FOX Sports Regional Networks starting this Sunday. The 27-episode broadcast kicks-off with the WPT Choctaw event in Durant, Oklahoma. 

Per the World Poker Tour press release, commentators Mike Sexton and Vince Van Patten return for the 15th season, joined by WPT Anchor Lynn Gilmartin for her fourth season and WPT Raw Deal Analyst Tony Dunst for his seventh season on the tour. During this season Dunst will spend some time in the commentary booth, as Sexton embarks on a monumental WPT title run. 

The winner of each televised event receives luxurious King Power Unico Carbon and Red watch from Hublot, and a pair of Rose Gold Wireless Over-Ear Element Headphones from Monster Headphones. In addition to these prizes, Hublot’s once again the title sponsor of the Player of the Year race. The winner of that race will walk away with a custom Hublot watch. 

“The World Poker Tour is extremely proud to kick off its historic five-year extension with FOX Sports Networks with the premiere of Season XV of the WPT,” said Adam Pliska, CEO of the World Poker Tour. “Thanks to our award-winning production team, the World Poker Tour continues to raise the bar as the premier name in internationally televised gaming and entertainment. Season XV of the World Poker Tour promises some truly legendary moments, including the first-ever King of the Club series and the second edition of the prestigious WPT Tournament of Champions.”

The first of the ClubWPT.com King of the Club series will see two final tables of eight players each competing on the televised World Poker Tour stage at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood, Florida. All finalists qualified via ClubWPT.com*. Each final table will compete for a share of $37,500 in cash and prizes, plus the right to be called the King of the Club.

Televised WPT Event in Season XV:

  • Choctaw
  • Legends of Poker
  • Borgata Poker Open
  • Bestbet Bounty Scramble
  • Montreal
  • Five Diamond World Poker Classic
  • L.A. Poker Classic
  • Bay 101 Shooting Star
  • Tournament of Champions

 The broadcasts air at 8/11 p.m. local time, and each episode re-airs through the subsequent week.