Out with ESPN, in with CBS Sports
CBS Sports has inked a multi-year rights agreement with PokerGO to become the new TV partner for the World Series of Poker Main Event and various other WSOP Bracelet events.
Starting this 2021, the CBS Sports Network will become the official television home of the WSOP.
The network will broadcast 15 hours of WSOP Main Event and 36 extra hours of 18 different [...] Read more » WSOP moves to CBS Sports in New TV Partnership Deal
Joined: Dec '14
Age: 37 (M)
So,, after so many years , the CBS network will replace ESPN ?? Hopefully this will be prooved a very good decision , meaning more viewers and more popularity for the more prestigious WSOP poker events , and especially ofcourse the main event . Now that things tend to change as far as it cocerns the virus thing , it's good the WSOP comeback to have the best of support in the media , the best boost in this comeback in itslive poker events . Good luck for this
Joined: Jan '14
Age: 41 (M)
CBS is a sports television. ESPN the same and is owned by the Walt Disney Company. Both of them are based in New York, but if they collaborate on some events it is not bad. Rating matters to them because it brings money. It doesn't matter what rivalries or friendships they have. Transmissions are important.
Joined: May '09
Age: 36 (M)
when you live in america,its almost same on what tv you will have sport event or in this case poker event!its almost same way that they will present you this,so they dont care at all who will pay for this,just that they can watch it!in america this doesnt make much sense,as this would be in europe!