The 2021 World Championship of Online Poker is nearly here. The WCOOP on PokerStars is not only hugely popular for players, but it’s also one of the best online tournament series for poker fans to follow.
There are lots of ways to watch final tables and find other information about what’s happening, who’s winning, and which stories emanating from WCOOP are getting the most attention in the poker world.
First and foremost, beginning next Monday, August 23 you can start tuning into PokerStars TV for coverage of numerous WCOOP events leading up to both the “high” buy-in no-limit hold’em and pot-limit Omaha Main Events in mid-September.
James Hartigan and Joe Stapleton will be on the call as usual, bringing in an assortment of guest commentators along the way. Shows will come every Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday starting at 1:30 p.m. ET, which is 6:30 p.m. BST and 7:30 CEST.
Here’s the full schedule:
Speaking of Twitch, there will be a number of streamers sharing their WCOOP adventures with audiences throughout the massive 102-event, 306-tournament schedule.
Be sure to tune into the streams of these members of the red spade brigade:
Ben “Spraggy” Spragg may or may not be WCOOPing, but if he does you can expect him to stream, too.
We’ll be providing wall-to-wall coverage of WCOOP here on the PokerStars Blog, too, of course, with daily updates and other features all along the way.
Follow us on Twitter as well at PokerStarsBlog to know what is happening WCOOP-wise and whenever new reports, interviews, and more posts here.
PokerNews will be covering 22 WCOOP tournaments this year with their usual menu of live updates, chip counts, and more. Most will be “Medium” and “High” events, including the big high rollers. PokerNews will additionally cover all three of the Main Events, the $55 buy in “Low” Main Event, the $530 “Medium,” and the $5,200 “High.”
Check PokerNews’ live reporting page to see which events they’ll be covering during WCOOP.
Finally, don’t forget you can always open up the PokerStars client and watch the action first-hand from any WCOOP event. Just find the tournament and pull up the lobby to see the current standings (if running) or results (if completed).
You can open individual tables as well, meaning you can watch final table action of any event all series long.