The World Series of Poker Circuit Tour officially has a media partner in the form of PokerOrg, who will bring news and coverage of the circuit stops as we approach the 2023/24 season.
PokerOrg has officially been confirmed as the media partner for the World Series of Poker (WSOP) Circuit Tour ahead of the 2023/24 season.
They will bring its live event poker news coverage for the WSOP circuit stops as we approach the new campaign.
Ty Stewart, WSOP’s Executive Director spoke on the partnership and how the WSOP has eveovled in recent times.
“Poker boom 2.0 is in full swing and we’re proud the WSOP Circuit has evolved into the most played tournament series in the world.
“We’ve heard our players loud and clear and they want more coverage and better coverage for WSOP Circuit events. We’re thrilled PokerOrg has made the commitment to become the primary media partner of the WSOP Circuit.”
The WSOP Circuit gets underway with the Choctaw Durant in Oklahoma from 17 July to 30 July, before moving on the Harrah’s Cherokee in North Carolina in August, and will conclude the series in Las Vegas in the summer that follows.
Eric Hollreiser, the CEO of PokerOrg, claimed that the WSOP Circuit had been underserved in the media for too long, and that his company are excited to bring a fresh approach to reporting on the competition.
“WSOP Circuit players have been underserved in media coverage for too long and PokerOrg is eager to bring a fresh new approach to live poker coverage.
“Our player-focused, social-media style of reporting will give the players, the venues and the WSOP tons of opportunities to feature the skills, talents and personalities that make poker the most popular mind sport in the world.”