LONDON, England -- The Poker Channel, Europe's largest dedicated gaming TV network, has today announced the launch of its live stream offering online at www.pokerchanneleurope.com/pokertv.
an extensive on demand video catalogue, the Channel will offer viewers the opportunity to watch the channel live every night from 9.30pm to 4am GMT. The online stream will broadcast the same schedule as The Poker Channel on Sky Channel 166 and is completely free to all visitors.
Programming highlights include major international tournaments such as the World Series of Poker, the Cash Game Master Class, European Cash Game, Aussie Millions, the World Heads-up Championship along with exclusive promotions and competitions.
The entire Cash Game Master Class Series - the first 'how to' series of its kind on cash game strategy – will also be available on demand at www.pokerchanneleurope.com/masterclass. The first episode is available online now, and the second episode premieres online on Saturday 21st February.
The series features expert insight from poker professionals Eric Liu and Albert Iverson, hosted by David Tuckman, and includes in-depth analysis of key decisions from the PokerHeaven European Cash Game.
Hundreds of other poker videos are also available on demand including the entire series of the PokerHeaven European Cash Game (7 x 60'), a high stakes game featuring celebrated poker pros such as World Series of Poker winner, Peter Eastgate.
The announcement follows the Poker Channel's launch on cable TV in Eastern Europe, in partnership with Poland's 2nd largest cable operator, Vectra. The Poker Channel is now available online and in 16 million cable and satellite TV homes across Europe.
Chris White, Commercial Director, Poker Channel said "We are delighted to share more top poker entertainment with millions of viewers around the world and committed to offering free and easy access whether on TV or online."
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