Poker content delivery company, PokerGo, has launched its online streaming network on both YouTube TV and YouTube Primetime Channels. The company has expanded its current distribution partnership with the online streaming service.
Through the PokerGo network, players can watch a variety of on-demand broadcasts, including PokerGo Tour’s High Roller Bowl, Poker Masters, US Poker Open and PokerGo Cup, as well as the World Series of Poker (WSOP) broadcast. PokerGo subscribers will have access to more than 100 live poker tournaments per year.
PokerGo said in a statement: “As YouTube continues to grow its content offering to include the most popular networks and major sports, the strategic partnership with PokerGo is a natural addition to the platform and provides more access than ever to PokerGo's portfolio.”
YouTube recently announced the launch of its live content feature through its blog. Primetime Channels gives viewers access to their favorite networks without having to navigate between multiple apps. The feature currently offers 30 livestream channels through one app, with the capacity to add additional networks.
YouTube said in its blog announcement: “We'll continue working with our partners to bring even more content options to Primetime Channels, build new unique features that only YouTube can deliver and expand to our international users.”
Poker fans can access PokerGo’s live and on-demand content directly from the Primetime Channels library if they have previously purchased the channel from YouTube. They also have the option of streaming the channel by signing up for PokerGo’s network through YouTube TV.
Through YouTube TV’s subscription streaming service, viewers can choose from more than 100 channels to access both live and on-demand programming. In addition to customized channels, subscribers can view live and local sports, as well as news, movies and shows.