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Poker Central launches new PokerGo service

Las Vegas-based media platform Poker Central has launched a new online subscription service entitled PokerGo.

The service will feature live broadcasts of events including the Super High Roller Bowl and the World Series of Poker, as well as on-demand original programming.

The service is accessible through www.PokerGo.com and is available for a $99 (€88) annual subscription fee. Monthly passes can also be purchased for $10.

Coverage will eventually include weekly high-stakes cash games and additional premier events.

Original programming will include the ‘Dead Money: A Super High Roller Bowl Story’ and ‘Pokerography’ documentary series.

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