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It’s Day 2 of the PokerStars Players No Limit Hold’em Championship (PSPC) and we assume everyone is tuning in already to the superlative live stream on PokerStars Live.

If only there was a way to show your appreciation for this, the best poker broadcast in the world.

Well lucky for you, you can do precisely that.

The Global Poker Index (GPI) today released its nominations for Favourite Livestream, inviting poker fans to vote for the poker broadcast they love the most.

PokerStars Live — still sometimes referred to as EPT Live — is, of course, among the nominees and you can show your appreciation for Hartigan, Stapes and their incredibly dedicated behind-the-scenes team right now.

VOTE NOW: Global Poker Index Fans Choice: FAVE LIVESTREAM

James Hartigan, Joe Stapleton and Griffin Benger in the PokerStars Live commentary booth

James Hartigan, Joe Stapleton and Griffin Benger in the PokerStars Live commentary booth

We have obviously written plenty about the PokerStars Live stream, including a behind-the-scenes peek at the incredible operation here in the Bahamas. But it doesn’t get any less amazing through repetition.

EPT Live was among the very first live poker streams, bringing viewers all the action from various stops across the flagship tour in Europe. Since then, it has developed and expanded, with coverage lasting multiple days, encompassing numerous feature tables and field reporting.

WATCH: Broadcasting now from the PSPC on Twitch and YouTube

Most significantly, PokerStars Live broadcasts in at least five languages, meaning viewers can choose coverage in English, German, Spanish, French or Portuguese — for the passionate Brazilian fans as well as those in Portugal itself.

No other broadcast offers this breadth of coverage, with native-language commentators and localised bonuses and competitions. It’s an unrivalled offering.

In 2022, the full streaming operation came from EPT Prague (twice), Monte Carlo, Barcelona and London, with more than 50 hours of broadcasting at each stop.

Voting in the first round is open now, and closes on Monday, February 6 at 11pm (Las Vegas time). After that, voting for the final four will commence the following day.

Get voting, and show your appreciation for the hours of hard work that goes in.


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