The WSOP World Series has changed its old TV partner

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It became known that the World Series of Poker terminated its relationship with its longtime television columnist ESPN and chose a new one, or rather returned to the very first one – CBS. In the seventies, it was the CBS Sports Spectacular that broadcast the Main Event of the World Series. Starting in 2021, CBS will receive exclusive rights to broadcast all WSOP tournaments and the Main Event on its channel. A long-term contract was signed between CBS and PokerGO. The management of the World Series of Poker, represented by its CEO Ty Stewart, considers these changes not only positive, but also quite useful for the Series. Which, in turn, expects to improve the quality and increase broadcasts covering events, and hence to increase profits. The other side is also happy with the deal. My Lucky Story continues to follow events from the world of poker, it was previously reported that the WSOP plans to resume poker tournaments in the United States. This means that new players will have a chance to enter the list of the richest poker players.

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